Twitter said it will try to comply with the laws applicable in India.
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeIT) said there is no threat to the safety of employees of any social media company in India, including Twitter (Twitter), and there will be no further risk. The government said Twitter’s statement is baseless, false and an attempt to defame India.
New Delhi. The central government has come down well with the lax attitude of social media website Twitter (Twitter) on compliance with new digital rules (New Digital Rules). On this, Twitter said the company is concerned about the potential threat to the safety and freedom of expression (Freedom of Speech) of employees in India. It also said it would try to comply with the laws (Law of the Land) applicable in India to continue its services.
The Central Government has assured that representatives of all social media companies, including Twitter, are completely safe in India. ‘Twitter’s statement baseless, false and an attempt to defame the country’ The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeIT) said there is no threat to the safety of employees of any social media company in India and there will never be any further risk. The government said Twitter’s statement is baseless, false and an attempt to defame India. This is how the company is trying to hide its flaws and mistakes. Also the company is trying unsuccessfully to impose its conditions on the world’s largest lekatra. Twitter is constantly trying to undermine India’s law and order by not following the rules.
Twitter’s statement is an attempt to dictate its terms to the world’s largest democracy. Through its actions and deliberate defiance, Twitter seeks to undermineIndia’s legal system: Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology pic.twitter.com/WyGumYToYv
— ANI (@ANI) May 27, 2021
Twitter is just a social media platform, not telling how it is The Law Ministry of India categorically said that Twitter should stop talking hollow and baseless and follow Indian law. The ministry said that making laws and policies is the sovereign right of the country. Twitter is just a social media platform. Therefore, he has no right to explain what India’s law or policies should be outlined. State that the new digital rules issued by the Centre were actually notified on February 25, 2021. Social media platforms were given three months to implement them, which has expired on May 25. According to the guidelines, companies will face action if they fail to comply with the rules.