Descending social media companies say will follow the laws of India:
Seven Descending social media companies, except Twitter, have assured the Indian government that they will follow the laws of India. To this end, letters were sent to the Ministry of Information and Electronics, sharing details of the appointments of their Chief Coordinating Officers, Nodal, Contact Staff, Grievance Officer, etc. in India.
Telegram, Coo, Google, Facebook, WhatsApp have all made it clear that they are subject to your guidelines. The new rules state that they are compliant. The main stipulation is that the employees of these companies must be working in India and they must be Indians. Twitter has not yet commented on the rules.
However, the law firm, which operates in India, will be the nodal contact person for the grievance officer. The government should contact this office if it has any doubts. It is noteworthy that the Center has given them 3 months to implement their regulations. The Center issued new guidelines on February 23.
However, the government has not commented on WhatsApp. delhi High Court ruling that it is behaving in a way that infringes on the privacy of its users. .The protection of the fundamental rights of the users comes under their purview first and there is nothing for you to worry about.
In the wake of the tussle between the party and the BJP over the Congress toolkit, central regulations have taken precedence.
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