Throwback to the time Congress-led UPA brought in the draconian section 66A of the IT Act that could put one in jail for 3 years over 'offensive' social media posts
Radical Left Congress: Where treason and ‘bharat tere tukde honge’ is acceptable, but free speech on Social Media is not
The Congress party in its manifesto, released earlier today, has promised a crackdown on social media. After hinting at Communal Violence Bill 2.0, the manifesto also hints at the possible return of Section 66A.
Kapil Sibal, who wants sedition law scraped, never shied away from implementing it when UPA was in power
Interesting that during the ten years of UPA, no Union law minister, including Sibal, thought of abolishing sedition law.
The complaint has been filed against BJP spokesperson
Telangana government makes ‘harsh words’ cognisable offence, opposition claims its attempt to curb freedom of expression
Harsh language to be a cognisable offence
We don't really need the section 66A of the IT law. The concerns are addressed by existing laws.