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#NAMApolicy on Online Content Regulation
by Admin published May 05, 2018 last modified May 05, 2018 01:52 AM — filed under: ,
Swaraj Barooah attended the #NAMApolicy on Online Content Regulation organized by Media Nama at India Habitat Centre in New Delhi on May 3, 2018.
Located in Internet Governance / News & Media
'Anonymous' hackers to protest Indian Internet laws
by Prasad Krishna published Jun 18, 2012 — filed under: , , ,
Global hacking movement Anonymous has called for protesters to take to the streets in 16 cities around India on Saturday over what it considers growing government censorship of the Internet, writes Pratap Chakravarty.
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'Free Speech and Media in South Asia: Human Rights Concerns in a Globalizing World'
by Prasad Krishna published Oct 24, 2013 last modified Nov 08, 2013 05:33 AM — filed under: ,
A seminar organized by the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, in collaboration with the Centre for Media and Governance, National Law University, Delhi. Chinmayi Arun is one of the speakers.
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9th International Asian Conference
by Prasad Krishna published Jan 25, 2013 — filed under: , ,
ITechLaw is organizing the 9th Annual Asian ITechLaw Conference on February 14 and 15, 2013 in India's high technology capital - Bangalore, India. Sunil Abraham will be speaking at this event.
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by Prasad Krishna published Mar 28, 2015 last modified Apr 01, 2015 02:11 AM — filed under: , , , ,
Last Tuesday, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo walked into Prime Minister Narendra Modi's office. India's most compulsive and most-followed tweeter, Modi, as Gujarat chief minister, had protested when the Manmohan Singh government blocked the micro-blogging site of a few journalists. Modi had blacked out his own Twitter profile and tweeted: “May God give good sense to everyone.”
Located in Internet Governance / News & Media
‘A safe Internet and a free Internet can co-exist’
by Prasad Krishna published Mar 25, 2015 last modified Mar 25, 2015 03:58 PM — filed under: , , ,
Striking down of 66A kicked off celebrations in the IT capital.
Located in Internet Governance / News & Media
‘Chilling’ Impact of India’s April Internet Rules
by Prasad Krishna published Dec 08, 2011 last modified Jan 27, 2012 04:32 AM — filed under: ,
Kapil Sibal’s demand that Internet companies self-censor users’ content is just the latest move by the Indian government to restrict information on Facebook and other social media Web sites. This article by Heather Simmons was published in the New York Times on December 7, 2011.
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Blog Entry हेट स्पीच
by Yash Mittal published Sep 03, 2018 last modified Sep 07, 2018 06:25 AM — filed under: , ,
रोहित शर्मा द्वारा संपादित
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Blog Entry A Deep Dive into Content Takedown Timeframes
by Torsha Sarkar published Dec 03, 2019 last modified Jun 26, 2020 11:59 AM — filed under: , ,
Since the 1990s, internet usage has seen a massive growth, facilitated in part, by growing importance of intermediaries, that act as gateways to the internet. Intermediaries such as Internet Service Providers (ISPs), web-hosting providers, social-media platforms and search engines provide key services which propel social, economic and political development. However, these developments are also offset by instances of users engaging with the platforms in an unlawful manner. The scale and openness of the internet makes regulating such behaviour challenging, and in turn pose several interrelated policy questions.
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Blog Entry A look at two problematic provisions of the draft Anti-trafficking bill
by Swaraj Paul Barooah published Apr 21, 2018 last modified Aug 18, 2018 09:21 AM — filed under: , ,
This post examines two badly drafted provisions of the new Anti-Trafficking bill that have the potential to severely impinge upon the Freedom of Expression, including through a misunderstanding of intermediary liability.
Located in Internet Governance / Blog