“Law of land is supreme, not your policies”: Parliamentary committee to Twitter after its officials said they follow the company’s policies
When the committee asked what Twitter follows, Indian law or own policies, company officials replied that they follow their policies
Ghaziabad fake ‘hate crime’: Police send notice to Twitter India MD for ‘provoking communal unrest’, ask him to appear within a week
UP Police had registered an FIR against Twitter India MD and 7 others in the Loni fake hate crime case for spreading lies.
Twitter stock loses nearly 25% in market value ever since it started interfering in Indian political affairs
The war with sovereign nations has hit Twitter financially as share prices of the micro-blogging site have taken a hit
Ghaziabad: Samajwadi leader Umed Idris booked for giving false communal twist to assault incident, making victim lie about case
The FIR registered at Loni Border police station states, “The accused made an unnecessary video with the complainant and, without verifying the facts of the case, carried out religious discussions on his Facebook, which spread animosity in the community.”
Twitter India MD told Delhi Police he does not know directors and owner of his company, details of his boss: Feigning ignorance or...
Twitter India MD Manish Maheshwari said he does know who owns Twitter India, and which company his boss Yu Sasamoto belongs to
Ghaziabad crime: ‘Twitter, other publishers will face action for spreading unverified information, warns UP Police
Ghaziabad Police has stated that in their investigation, they had found that the accused and victim were known to each other and there was no communal angle.
What happened in UP was illustrative of Twitter’s arbitrariness in fighting fake news: RS Prasad hits out on Twitter after it loses its safety...
While talking about the safe harbour provision of Twitter, Ravi Shankar Prasad said it has failed to comply with the Intermediary Guidelines
As UP Police file FIR over fake news, Twitter loses immunity shield it had in India. Can now be prosecuted for content
The loss of intermediary status could mean that its top executives, including the country managing director, may now face police questioning and criminal liability under IPC over "unlawful" and "inflammatory" content posted on the platform by any user.
Importance of social media in democratising freedom of speech, tussle with the Govt of India and why Twitter must comply
As the world battles COVID-19 pandemic, another crisis has emerged over ‘penetrative’ role of social media platforms, like Twitter, in India
Team Saath Official was the go-to Twitter account for left-liberals and rabid Islamists to silence nationalist voices in the country.