New Delhi. The difficulties of social media platforms are increasing day by day. Now a case has been registered against Twitter in Delhi for child pornography. This is the fourth case against Twitter after the Center lost its legal defense over users’ posts regarding the new IT rule. Now this new case has been registered under POCSO Act and IT Act. The Cyber Cell of Delhi Police had registered the case after the complaint of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR). The NCPCR said in its complaint that pornographic material related to children is being posted continuously on Twitter.
The commission has written two letters to the Cyber Cell and the Delhi Police Commissioner. Earlier also NCPCR had complained in this matter. It has also ordered a senior official of the cyber cell to appear before it on June 29.
Here you will have to give clarification on locking the account in two days.
A parliamentary committee has sought a response from Twitter on the recent closure of the accounts of Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and Congress MP Shashi Tharoor. Sources said the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Information and Technology has sent a letter to Twitter seeking its reply within two days. Sources said the panel has sought a response from Twitter on the closure of the accounts of Prasad and others on the instructions of President Tharoor.
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Controversy continues between the government and Twitter regarding the new rules of IT
Indeed, last week, Twitter blocked access to the account of Union Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, leading to tensions with the government, as the incident took place at a time when the government and Twitter are already under new IT rules. were talking about. The tussle continued between Twitter and had blocked access to Prasad’s personal account “@rsprasad” for nearly an hour. The social media platform said that Ravi Shankar Prasad has violated the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act.