The Internet Freedom Foundation filed an independent expert submission by IIT Bombay professor
TikTok and PUBG ban in India: Is it even constitutional? Strong regulations needed over arbitrary measures to address issue
PUBG and TikTok are just examples of new, immersive and disruptive activities in a rapidly evolving technological age. There are a variety of others on the horizon, such as virtual reality, augmented reality and driverless cars.
Rajkot police's letter seeks to be a comprehensive measure to refrain people from playing PUBG.
The more alarming amendment is the requirement to break end-to-end encryption so that origin of messages can be traced.
The IB Ministry is aiming to monitor, collect and analyse data across major social media platforms.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the government to ensure that 160 million Indian subscribers are not "entrapped" in any manner by service providers like WhatsApp, which is providing free services to its users.
A District Magistrate in Indore recently passed an order prohibiting the publishing of rumours, including commenting and sharing, on social media websites, in relation to the exchange of old currency notes and demonetisation.
The Internet Freedom Foundation (IFF) has responded to the consultation note by TRAI on the roll out of Wi-Fi hotspots across the country.