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Why Twitter sought legal action and moved HC against Indian govt

Twitter in its petition said that content does not meet the threshold for blocking under section 69A

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Twitter | High Court | Information Technology Act

BS Reporter  |  Mumbai 



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Twitter has sought legal action against the of India’s order to take down certain content posted on the platform. According to the petition filed in the Karnataka High Court, on July 5, the platform has argued that the take down orders are procedurally and substantially non-compliant with section 69A of the Act 2000.

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First Published: Wed, July 06 2022. 21:07 IST

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