Parliamentary Committee To Twitter: Why should the law of the country be the highest, not your policy, penalty?

Parliamentary Committee To Twitter: Why should the law of the country be the highest, not your policy, penalty?

Parliamentary Committee To Twitter: Why should the law of the country be the highest, not your policy, penalty? Parliamentary Committee To Twitter On May 24, police reached the Twitter offices in Delhi and Gurgaon in connection with the toolkit case.

  • Twitter India officials present before Parliamentary Committee
  • For our part, the committee is the highest in the country.
  • It is not your policy, why not impose a fine?

Bengaluru News: Amid disagreements between the central government and Twitter over the new information technology rules, microblogging site officials on Friday presented their stand on the issue of social media misconduct before a parliamentary committee headed by Congressman Shashi Tharoor. At this point, members of the parliamentary committee on information technology questioned why Twitter should not be penalized for violating the Law of Land. He responded to Twitter in a rambling tone that the country’s law is supreme and not your policy.

In response, Twitter officials have said that the new IT laws are being enforced. He has already been appointed as Chief Internal Compliance Officer for this purpose. The Committee also referred to the fact that Twitter was previously fined in Ireland.

Twitter India, based on the sources, is following the law of this country? Responding to a parliamentary panel question, one Twitter member said: “We are keeping our policies.” The parliamentary committee has now asked Twitter members to submit in writing how they are appointed in Twitter India and how important they are to make important decisions.

The Central Government, which issued a notice to Twitter India earlier this month, has announced the implementation of the New IT Rules In India. It also said that if the new rules were not followed, the platform would be asked to answer to the foot of the IT Act.

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