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Madras High Court Dismisses Petition to Regulate Social Media Platforms - (03 Mar 2021)

MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION

Madras High Court has dismissed a petition that sought a direction to the Centre to take necessary steps to control, monitor, guide and form a panel of members to regulate social media platforms, observing that it was open to the petitioner to live in the stone age or to protect his family or his children from the advances of technology.

Tags : MADRAS HIGH COURT   REGULATION OF SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS  

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