Can't publicly disclose details of designated officers: Google to HC

The petition, filed through advocate Virag Gupta, has claimed that in the absence of details of designated officers, there is "no clear mechanism to enforce justice"


Opposing the contention, Google has said that neither the IT Act nor the rules framed under it direct notifying the designated officers.

New Delhi
US-based Google LLC has told the Delhi High Court that names and identities of its designated officers in India cannot be disclosed publicly as they have been appointed to coordinate

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First Published: Jul 17 2020 | 9:46 PM IST

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