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Policing the internet: Online news is a gaggle in face of regulation

The final part of the series looks at online news, as a regulatory regime for online content is being put in place

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Regulations | online news | digital news

Vanita Kohli-Khandekar  |  New Delhi 



Online, digital news, media, website
Of the 662 million Indians online, about 395 million consume news from a mix of legacy and digital-only brands such as Indian Express, NDTV, The Wire, Scroll and The Quint among many others

The video on making rotis? Or the sites offering false narratives of Indian history. Or will it be the ones that report real news, not propaganda. As the first building blocks of a regulatory architecture around fall in place, a guessing game on what will be hit has begun.

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First Published: Fri, December 11 2020. 06:10 IST

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