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Who defines 'grossly offensive'? SC raises red flags over draconian sec 66A of IT act

Feb 05, 2015

Who defines 'grossly offensive'? SC raises red flags over draconian sec 66A of IT act

Supreme Court on Tuesday said it would test the constitutional validity of a controversial provision of cyber law giving the police powers to arrest web users for posting objectionable content. #social media #Internet #Law #Supreme Court of India #SocialMedia #Section 66A of IT Act #Section 66A
Centre promises advisory note to stop misuse of Sec 66 A of IT Act

Dec 14, 2012

Centre promises advisory note to stop misuse of Sec 66 A of IT Act

Telecom and IT Minister Kapil Sibal today said Section 66A in the Information Technology Act has been misused in some states and the Centre will soon issue an advisory to check it. #NewsTracker #Kapil Sibal #Section 66A of IT Act
Anonymous hacks BSNL's website

Dec 14, 2012

Anonymous hacks BSNL's website

State-owned telecom firm BSNL's Website was hacked today by Anonymous that demanded withdrawal of section 66 A of the IT Act. #BSNL #Anonymous #InsecureNet #Section 66A of IT Act #Website hacked
Dear Sibal, here is why section 66A does not 'protect' women

Dec 12, 2012

Dear Sibal, here is why section 66A does not 'protect' women

While it is true that many women face a disproportionate amount of abuse online, section 66A is certainly not the act to protect them. If at all, it gives authorities more impetus to muzzle women. #HowThisWorks #Kapil Sibal #Section 66A of IT Act #Online harrassment
Sibal's website hacked by Anonymous India, restored

Nov 30, 2012

Sibal's website hacked by Anonymous India, restored

The official website for India's Union Minister for Communication, Information and Technology was reportedly hacked by the group Anonymous. #Kapil Sibal #InsecureNet #Anonymous India #Section 66A of IT Act