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Delhi High Court Asks Centre to Reply to Plea Challenging New IT Rules

The Delhi High Court on Friday sought the Centre’s response on a plea difficult the brand new Information Technology guidelines which search to regulate digital information media. A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Jasmeet Singh issued notices to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and granted them time to file their responses.

The court docket listed the plea filed by Quint Digital Media for additional listening to on April 16, together with one other related petition which was filed earlier by the Foundation for Independent Journalism and The Wire.

According to amended IT guidelines, social media and streaming corporations will likely be required to take down contentious content material faster, appoint grievance redressal officers, and help in investigations.

  • Government Announces Strict New Guidelines for Social Media, OTT Platforms

While releasing the brand new guidelines, the federal government mentioned that publishers of stories on digital media can be required to observe Norms of Journalistic Conduct of the Press Council of India and the Programme Code below the Cable Television Networks Regulation Act, offering a level-playing discipline between the offline (print, TV) and digital media, an official assertion mentioned.

  • Digital Media Regulation Sparks Fears of Curbs on Press Freedom

“Digital media portals have no right to spread rumour. Media’s freedom is absolute but with reasonable restrictions. Content matter, especially media, OTT, and digital media will be administered by I&B ministry. Intermediary platforms monitoring will be done by the IT ministry in the manner they have been doing it,” Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Minister Prakash Javadekar mentioned.
 


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