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The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is an executive agency of the Union Government of the Republic of India.
After Twitter lost its status as an intermediary platform in India, the microblogging platform on Wednesday said that it will continue to make every effort to comply with the government's new IT rules.
Microblogging platform Twitter has lost its status as an intermediary platform in India as it does not comply with new IT rules, informed government sources on Wednesday.
New Delhi, June 9 Days after the Union Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) sent its final ...
Twitter has written to the government that it is making every effort to comply with new guidelines concerning social media companies and has appointed a nodal contractual person (NCP) and Resident Grievance Officer (RGO) on contractual basis and was in advanced stages of "finalising the appointment to the role of chief compliance officer," sources said.
Twitter has assured the government that it is making every effort to comply with the new guidelines, and an overview of the progress has been duly shared.
Citing non-compliance of New Intermediary Guideline Rules by Twitter, the Union Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) on saturday sent a final communication to Twitter asking them to comply immediately with the requirements of the new guidelines failing which resultant consequences as enjoined in the law shall follow.
The Common Services Centres (CSCs) of Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has partnered with digital payments provider PayPal to offer Covid-relief facilities and drive awareness campaigns regarding prevention and care against the pandemic in rural India.
India took a strong objection to the use of the term so-called 'Indian variant' for the B.1.617 variant of the coronavirus on social media posts.
The government welcomes criticism and genuine requests for help amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but it is necessary to take action against users who misuse social media to spread panic and misinformation, sources from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) said on Sunday.