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Social media rules: Next 3 months key as intermediary norms get 'decrypted'

Arguments on data decryption have fuelled a debate on primacy of national security over individual privacy

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Geetika Srivastava 



Social media

The Supreme Court last week allowed the petition filed by Facebook Inc to transfer all cases concerning regulation of social media, pending in three different high courts, to itself. This marks the beginning of a decisive phase for the legal interpretation of intermediary guidelines, as well as the resolution of contentious issues surrounding data decryption. Experts say the next 2-3 months could potentially have far-reaching implications for tech businesses in the country.

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First Published: Sun, October 27 2019. 22:57 IST

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