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Regulating digital media: News portals wary of Centre's latest guidelines

The new guidelines seek to regulate OTT platforms and digital news media, whether they use other intermediary sites or apps such as Twitter or Facebook or host news media content on their own websites

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Geetanjali Krishna  |  New Delhi 



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The IT Act does not specifically empower the government to establish a non-judicial adjudicatory process to resolve grievances regarding content published by digital news media and OTTs, as mandated by the 2021 rules

On Monday, a small Imphal-based news portal received a notice from the state government seeking compliance with the Information Technology (Intermediary Guide­lines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021.

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First Published: Thu, March 04 2021. 06:10 IST

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