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Bombay HC seeks government’s response over stay on IT media rules

The Bombay high court has asked the central government to submit a response as to why an interim stay should not be given to the implementation of the Information Technology (IT) Rules, 2021, as demanded by two petitions.

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NBA challenges amended Cable TV rules in Kerala High Court

New Delhi: The Kerala high court has directed the ministry of information and broadcasting (I&B) not to take any coercive action against members of the News Broadcasters Association (NBA) over non-compliance with the Cable TV Act. The court issued the orders on a plea filed by the NBA which...

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Bombay HC upholds TRAI’s NTO 2.0 except second provision of twin conditions

KOLKATA: After a long legal battle between broadcasters and the telecom regulatory authority of India (TRAI), the Bombay High Court on Wednesday pronounced judgment on the amended new tariff order (NTO 2.0) case.  The court has upheld the constitutional validity of NTO 2.0 but has partly struck...

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Govt serves 'one last notice' to Twitter to 'immediately' comply with IT rules

New Delhi: The government on Saturday issued 'one last notice' to Twitter Inc asking it to immediately comply with the new IT rules, failing which it could face stern action and lose exemption from liability under section 79 of the IT Act, 2000. This essentially means that the platform could be...

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IT rules not applicable to search engines: Google

KOLKATA: The new IT rules for digital media are not applicable to search engines, Google argued in the Delhi high court on Wednesday. It also urged the court to set aside a single judge order passed earlier in relation to the removal of 'offending content' posted on a website.

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