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Ministry of E & IT Jan 3
Draft Intermediary Guidelines are being prepared to curb misuse of Social Media for mob lynching and other violence. Join us for Live Q&A about these guidelines on 5th Jan 2019 between 4 pm and 5 pm. Tweet your queries using hashtags .
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Ministry of E & IT Jan 4
Do join us for a Live Twitter Q&A tomorrow at 4pm as the experts answer to your queries on measures being discussed to make Social Media a safer space. Post your queries with hashtag
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latika joshi Jan 5
Will these guidelines help in preventing spread of fake news on Social Media Sites ?
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Ministry of E & IT Jan 5
.@SheeIaS The social media platforms will be liable for illegal content when notified
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Ministry of E & IT Jan 2
Join us for Live Q&A with senior GoI officers on draft Intermediary Guidelines on 5th Jan 2019 between 4pm and 5pm. Post your queries using hashtags .
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Meghan Naik Jan 5
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Susan Giblin 2 Dec 17
My sister's brilliant book.
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Ministry of E & IT Jan 5
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Dearbhaile McAuley 23 Feb 17
Really looking forward to reading this book-such an important and topical subject.
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Ministry of E & IT Jan 5
. Not intended to curb freedom of speech.
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Ministry of E & IT Jan 5
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Rishi Dwivedi Jan 4
Why you didn't reply me?🤔
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Ministry of E & IT Jan 5
Welcome all to the Q&A on Draft Intermediary Guidelines.
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Anjana Om Kashyap Jan 5
Some people are terming these guidelines as an effort to curb freedom of speech and censorship. This is a real fear. How will you address that?
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Anne M McCormack 20 May 17
We need to talk much more about with our kids.
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Ministry of E & IT Jan 4
Here are some highlights of the Draft Intermediary Guidelines that will be discussed today at 4 pm in Live Q&A. Let’s prevent misuse of social media for violence and unlawful activities. Post your queries with hashtag and experts will answer it.
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Internet Freedom Foundation (IFF) Jan 5
Replying to @internetfreedom
Security risks: Given how valuable personal data is to people it wise to break end to end encryption and indefinite data retention? Given that India lacks privacy law won't it makes people susceptible to ID thefts? 9/10
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Angie Capezzuto Jan 21
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Neeraj Tiwari Jan 5
After these guidelines can we now report issues directly to social media sites for immediate action without reporting to the police ? Will it be like a customer care cell?
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