Twitter has accepted – not following new IT rules, the Supreme Court said – free of charge from the government.
In the Supreme Court of Delhi, Twitter on Tuesday admitted that it was not following the new IT rules properly. The Supreme Court also reprimanded Twitter for not appointing the Grievance Officer yet.
The appeal officer has not yet been appointed
The High Court asked when the Officer would be appointed?
In the Delhi High Court, Twitter on Tuesday admitted that it had not followed the new IT rules. With this, the Supreme Court has clearly stated that we are now unable to defend Twitter. The government is free to take any action against Twitter.
Amit Acharya had filed a Twitter complaint in the Delhi High Court for not appointing a Grievance Officer despite the implementation of IT Rules. During the hearing, the court asked the Center if Twitter was not complying with the rules, to which the center replied yes. Following this, lawyer Sajjan Puwaiya, who appeared on Twitter, also admitted that we did not follow the IT rules.
Supreme Court bans Twitter
The Supreme Court asked the Central Government – “Are you saying that Twitter does not follow the rules?” In this case the center said- Yes. After that Twitter also agreed, saying, “It is true that to date we have not followed the new IT rules.”
The Supreme Court said from Twitter it had given the court incorrect information. “After his resignation, you could at least have nominated someone else,” the court said. Twitter said, “We will hire a new official.” In this case, the court reprimanded, saying, “When will this process be completed? If Twitter deems it to take the time it wants, we will not allow it to happen.” The court asked Twitter’s attorney if you told us by asking your client, namely Twitter, how long would it take for the appointment of the appeal officer?
Free hand in government to take action on Twitter
He told the Supreme Government in the Supreme Court that “According to the February 26 proclamation, three months’ time was given to rectify the error.
In this regard, the Supreme Court said, “Now we cannot defend Twitter. The federal government is completely free to take action on Twitter. Because if Twitter has to do its job in India, then they have to know how to behave.” by. “
Twitter requested a time of day
Following the Supreme Court’s decision and the Supreme Government’s decision, Twitter sought time to comment. Twitter pointed out that because there are differences in time zones of Delhi and San Francisco, it needs one day to submit its response. The matter will now be heard on Thursday.