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'66a Of It Act' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court Verdict on Section 66A Good, But Not Related to Me: Azam Khan

    Uttar Pradesh minister and senior Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan today distanced himself from the recent Supreme Court verdict scrapping the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act.

  • Blog: Why I, Shreya Singhal, Challenged Section 66(A)

    Blog: Why I, Shreya Singhal, Challenged Section 66(A)

    I filed the petition challenging Section 66(A) of the IT Act, 2010, in 2012 after the arrests of the two young girls in Maharashtra, I was so shocked as to why they were arrested and even more so when I read the section 66(A) under which they were arrested

  • St Stephen's Principal Suspends Students' Magazine for Not Seeking Clearance

    St Stephen's Principal Suspends Students' Magazine for Not Seeking Clearance

    On a day the Supreme Court struck down the Section 66A of IT Act for impinging on freedom of speech, the Principal of Delhi's prestigious St Stephen's College suspended a student-run e-magazine for not seeking his clearance on content. A one-man committee has been appointed to look into the matter, which the college says, was breach of discipline.

  • Section 66 (A) Scrapped: On Online Freedom, Government's Balancing Act

    Section 66 (A) Scrapped: On Online Freedom, Government's Balancing Act

    Hours after the Supreme Court struck down the Section 66A of the Information and Technology Act, 2000, agreeing it infringed on free speech, the government said it was ready to amend the law if needed, "objectively" after "widest consultation".

  • What was Section 66(A)?

    What was Section 66(A)?

    The Supreme Court has quashed Section 66(A) of the Information Technology Act on Tuesday, terming it "vague" and "unconstitutional". The controversial section has long been decried by activists, freedom of speech and internet freedom campaigners as being aimed solely at muzzling dissent and differences of opinion on the internet.

  • Supreme Court Reserves Orders on Validity of Section 66A of IT Act

    Supreme Court Reserves Orders on Validity of Section 66A of IT Act

    After marathon arguments, the Supreme Court on Thursday reserved its orders on pleas challenging the validity of provisions of the IT Act giving powers to arrest those who write offensive posts on social media.

  • Section 66A of IT Act challenged as 'unconstitutional', Court seeks centre's reply

    Section 66A of IT Act challenged as 'unconstitutional', Court seeks centre's reply

    The petition contends that the section 66A has not been analysed from a technological aspect, and it does not apply to Facebook, Twitter, websites and blogs.

  • Cyber laws meet: Applying section 66A of IT Act to require top cops' approval - Top 10 developments

    Cyber laws meet: Applying section 66A of IT Act to require top cops' approval - Top 10 developments

    Outrage over the use of section 66A of the Information Technology Act to arrest young citizens speaking their minds on social media platforms today pushed the government to put adequate checks and balances in place. The decision came as the Cyber Regulation Advisory Committee met in New Delhi.

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'66a Of It Act' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court Verdict on Section 66A Good, But Not Related to Me: Azam Khan

    Uttar Pradesh minister and senior Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan today distanced himself from the recent Supreme Court verdict scrapping the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act.

  • Blog: Why I, Shreya Singhal, Challenged Section 66(A)

    Blog: Why I, Shreya Singhal, Challenged Section 66(A)

    I filed the petition challenging Section 66(A) of the IT Act, 2010, in 2012 after the arrests of the two young girls in Maharashtra, I was so shocked as to why they were arrested and even more so when I read the section 66(A) under which they were arrested

  • St Stephen's Principal Suspends Students' Magazine for Not Seeking Clearance

    St Stephen's Principal Suspends Students' Magazine for Not Seeking Clearance

    On a day the Supreme Court struck down the Section 66A of IT Act for impinging on freedom of speech, the Principal of Delhi's prestigious St Stephen's College suspended a student-run e-magazine for not seeking his clearance on content. A one-man committee has been appointed to look into the matter, which the college says, was breach of discipline.

  • Section 66 (A) Scrapped: On Online Freedom, Government's Balancing Act

    Section 66 (A) Scrapped: On Online Freedom, Government's Balancing Act

    Hours after the Supreme Court struck down the Section 66A of the Information and Technology Act, 2000, agreeing it infringed on free speech, the government said it was ready to amend the law if needed, "objectively" after "widest consultation".

  • What was Section 66(A)?

    What was Section 66(A)?

    The Supreme Court has quashed Section 66(A) of the Information Technology Act on Tuesday, terming it "vague" and "unconstitutional". The controversial section has long been decried by activists, freedom of speech and internet freedom campaigners as being aimed solely at muzzling dissent and differences of opinion on the internet.

  • Supreme Court Reserves Orders on Validity of Section 66A of IT Act

    Supreme Court Reserves Orders on Validity of Section 66A of IT Act

    After marathon arguments, the Supreme Court on Thursday reserved its orders on pleas challenging the validity of provisions of the IT Act giving powers to arrest those who write offensive posts on social media.

  • Section 66A of IT Act challenged as 'unconstitutional', Court seeks centre's reply

    Section 66A of IT Act challenged as 'unconstitutional', Court seeks centre's reply

    The petition contends that the section 66A has not been analysed from a technological aspect, and it does not apply to Facebook, Twitter, websites and blogs.

  • Cyber laws meet: Applying section 66A of IT Act to require top cops' approval - Top 10 developments

    Cyber laws meet: Applying section 66A of IT Act to require top cops' approval - Top 10 developments

    Outrage over the use of section 66A of the Information Technology Act to arrest young citizens speaking their minds on social media platforms today pushed the government to put adequate checks and balances in place. The decision came as the Cyber Regulation Advisory Committee met in New Delhi.

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