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Central Government Introduces Social Media Guidelines for Facebook, Twitter and Others - (25 Feb 2021)

MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION

Central Government has introduced Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules 2021 for digital content, social media companies and OTT platforms. The new changes include strict oversight mechanism and ban from telecasting content that affects “the sovereignty and integrity of India” and that which threatens national security.

Tags : CENTRAL GOVERNMENT   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (INTERMEDIARY GUIDELINES AND DIGITAL MEDIA ETHICS CODE) RULES 2021  

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