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Twitter could lose its safe harbor in India — but it’s complicated

16/06/2021

Twitter might lose its safe harbor protection in India, as the company is yet to comply with the country’s new intermediary rules. This means it’ll be liable for all content posted on the site by users and can be subject to penal action. But it’s not straightforward. While there’s no official word, government...
Twitter might lose its safe harbor protection in India, as the company is yet to comply with the country’s new intermediary rules. This means it’ll be liable for all content posted on the site by users and can be subject to penal action. But it’s not straightforward. While there’s no official word, government sources told ANI that it’s the only major social network that hasn’t taken necessary steps to comply with the rules: Twitter to lose its status as intermediary platform in India as it does not comply with new guidelines, it is the only social media platform among mainstream…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter Twitter might lose its safe harbor protection in India, as the company is yet to comply with the country’s new intermediary rules. This means it’ll be liable for all content posted on the site by users and can be subject to penal action. But it’s not straightforward. While there’s no official word, government sources told ANI that it’s the only major social network that hasn’t taken necessary steps to comply with the rules: Twitter to lose its status as intermediary platform in India as it does not comply with new guidelines, it is the only social media platform among mainstream…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter
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