Kapil Sibal On Facebook

'Kapil Sibal On Facebook' - 22 News Result(s)

  • I'm For Facebook, No, Wait, You Are: Kapil Sibal-Mukul Rohatgi Banter
    India News | Reported by Arvind Gunasekar, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Monday January 18, 2021
    In the Delhi High Court today, an exchange between top lawyers revealed confusion that was almost comical during a hearing on WhatsApp's controversial new privacy policy.
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  • Expert Committee on Data Protection Has Been Set Up: Centre Tells Supreme Court
    Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday September 7, 2017
    The Central government on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that it has set up a Committee of Experts headed by former apex court judge B.N. Srikrishna.
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  • Man arrested for Facebook posts on PM, Kapil Sibal and Mulayam Singh Yadav
    India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday February 5, 2013
    A man in Agra has been arrested for "communal and inflammatory" posts on social networking site Facebook targeting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, union Communications Minister Kapil Sibal and Uttar Pradesh's ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, police said on Tuesday.
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  • Law Minister contradicts Kapil Sibal on law used for Facebook arrests
    India News | Reported by Neha Khanna; Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Monday December 3, 2012
    The public outcry over an internet law that saw two women in Maharashtra being arrested for their Facebook posts has provoked a furious debate - online, in the Supreme Court, and now within the government as well.
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  • India Asks Google, Facebook to Screen User Content
    Written by Sahil | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Top officials from the Indian units of Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Facebook are meeting with Kapil Sibal, India's acting telecommunications minister, on Monday afternoon to discuss the issue, say two executives of Internet companies.
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  • Kapil Sibal on Facebook, Google: Don't want censorship, but content must be screened
    Written by Shamik | Tuesday June 5, 2012
    Kapil Sibal on Facebook controversy: Union Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal today rejected accusations of trying to censor online content and said that companies like Facebook and Google were not cooperating with earlier requests. Reacting to the outrage over the government's move, he said, "We will not allow the Indian sentiments and religious sentime...
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  • Facebook comments on "censorship"
    Written by Sameer | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Amid the ongoing storm about the government's request to internet firms to screen user content, Facebook has released a statement
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  • Govt asks Google, Facebook to self-regulate content
    Written by Sameer | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Concerned over objectionable content on social networking sites, the government today made it clear it cannot allow this to go on and has asked internet firms like Google and Facebook to fall in line.
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  • Content censorship: What Google, Facebook say
    Written by Amit | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Amid a furious debate on Twitter and several international reports, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal today acknowledged that he has asked Internet firms like Google and Facebook to ensure user content is screened before offensive material is posted online.
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  • Don't want censorship, but content must be screened: Kapil Sibal on Google, Facebook
    Written by PrasadS | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Amid a furious debate on Twitter and several international reports, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal today acknowledged that he has asked internet firms like Google and Facebook to ensure user content is screened before offensive material is posted online. The companies have said this is not possible.
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  • Watch Live: Hillary Clinton on internet freedom
    NDTV Correspondent | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    As Kapil Sibal's bid to have Google and Facebook screen user content is met with widespread outrage, US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton speaks on the freedom of the Internet, live from Hague, Netherlands.
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  • Google, Facebook fight Indian criminal case
    Written by Sameer | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Google and Facebook on Monday fought in the Delhi High Court to quash criminal charges that they are responsible for obscene online content.
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  • Google, Facebook fight Indian criminal case
    Technology | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday January 17, 2012
    Google and Facebook on Monday fought in the Delhi High Court to quash criminal charges that they are responsible for obscene online content.
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  • Watch Live: Hillary Clinton on internet freedom
    Technology | NDTV Correspondent | Thursday December 8, 2011
    As Kapil Sibal's bid to have Google and Facebook screen user content is met with widespread outrage, US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton speaks on the freedom of the Internet, live from Hague, Netherlands.
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  • 'Chilling' impact of India's April internet rules
    India News | Heather Timmons, The New York Times | Wednesday December 7, 2011
    Kapil Sibal's demand that Internet companies self-censor users' content is just the latest move by the Indian government to restrict information on Facebook and other social media Web sites. The most stringent government push came in April, when the "Information Technology (Intermediaries Guidelines) Rules 2011" were introduced.
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'Kapil Sibal On Facebook' - 22 News Result(s)

  • I'm For Facebook, No, Wait, You Are: Kapil Sibal-Mukul Rohatgi Banter
    India News | Reported by Arvind Gunasekar, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Monday January 18, 2021
    In the Delhi High Court today, an exchange between top lawyers revealed confusion that was almost comical during a hearing on WhatsApp's controversial new privacy policy.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Expert Committee on Data Protection Has Been Set Up: Centre Tells Supreme Court
    Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday September 7, 2017
    The Central government on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that it has set up a Committee of Experts headed by former apex court judge B.N. Srikrishna.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Man arrested for Facebook posts on PM, Kapil Sibal and Mulayam Singh Yadav
    India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday February 5, 2013
    A man in Agra has been arrested for "communal and inflammatory" posts on social networking site Facebook targeting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, union Communications Minister Kapil Sibal and Uttar Pradesh's ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, police said on Tuesday.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Law Minister contradicts Kapil Sibal on law used for Facebook arrests
    India News | Reported by Neha Khanna; Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Monday December 3, 2012
    The public outcry over an internet law that saw two women in Maharashtra being arrested for their Facebook posts has provoked a furious debate - online, in the Supreme Court, and now within the government as well.
    www.ndtv.com
  • India Asks Google, Facebook to Screen User Content
    Written by Sahil | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Top officials from the Indian units of Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Facebook are meeting with Kapil Sibal, India's acting telecommunications minister, on Monday afternoon to discuss the issue, say two executives of Internet companies.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Kapil Sibal on Facebook, Google: Don't want censorship, but content must be screened
    Written by Shamik | Tuesday June 5, 2012
    Kapil Sibal on Facebook controversy: Union Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal today rejected accusations of trying to censor online content and said that companies like Facebook and Google were not cooperating with earlier requests. Reacting to the outrage over the government's move, he said, "We will not allow the Indian sentiments and religious sentime...
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Facebook comments on "censorship"
    Written by Sameer | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Amid the ongoing storm about the government's request to internet firms to screen user content, Facebook has released a statement
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Govt asks Google, Facebook to self-regulate content
    Written by Sameer | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Concerned over objectionable content on social networking sites, the government today made it clear it cannot allow this to go on and has asked internet firms like Google and Facebook to fall in line.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Content censorship: What Google, Facebook say
    Written by Amit | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Amid a furious debate on Twitter and several international reports, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal today acknowledged that he has asked Internet firms like Google and Facebook to ensure user content is screened before offensive material is posted online.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Don't want censorship, but content must be screened: Kapil Sibal on Google, Facebook
    Written by PrasadS | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Amid a furious debate on Twitter and several international reports, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal today acknowledged that he has asked internet firms like Google and Facebook to ensure user content is screened before offensive material is posted online. The companies have said this is not possible.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Watch Live: Hillary Clinton on internet freedom
    NDTV Correspondent | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    As Kapil Sibal's bid to have Google and Facebook screen user content is met with widespread outrage, US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton speaks on the freedom of the Internet, live from Hague, Netherlands.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Google, Facebook fight Indian criminal case
    Written by Sameer | Wednesday June 6, 2012
    Google and Facebook on Monday fought in the Delhi High Court to quash criminal charges that they are responsible for obscene online content.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Google, Facebook fight Indian criminal case
    Technology | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday January 17, 2012
    Google and Facebook on Monday fought in the Delhi High Court to quash criminal charges that they are responsible for obscene online content.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Watch Live: Hillary Clinton on internet freedom
    Technology | NDTV Correspondent | Thursday December 8, 2011
    As Kapil Sibal's bid to have Google and Facebook screen user content is met with widespread outrage, US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton speaks on the freedom of the Internet, live from Hague, Netherlands.
    www.ndtv.com
  • 'Chilling' impact of India's April internet rules
    India News | Heather Timmons, The New York Times | Wednesday December 7, 2011
    Kapil Sibal's demand that Internet companies self-censor users' content is just the latest move by the Indian government to restrict information on Facebook and other social media Web sites. The most stringent government push came in April, when the "Information Technology (Intermediaries Guidelines) Rules 2011" were introduced.
    www.ndtv.com
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