Strictness on Facebook-Twitter - India IT Minister said - Different rules are not approved in case of violence on Capitol Hill and Red Fort, we have to obey our law

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INDIA NEWS – According to information received by World News superfast, the central government has given strict warning to social media platforms Twitter and Facebook. Electronics and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said in the Rajya Sabha, ‘We respect social media. It has given strength to the common people. The role of social media is also very important in Digital India program, but if it promotes fake news and violence then we will take action. Then be it Twitter or some platform. ‘

Prasad said in the House – We have informed Twitter and other social media companies about the rules and regulations of the country

According to information received by World News superfast, he is said – We have told them that if we want to do business in India, then our rules and regulations have to be followed. How can it be that some more rules are adopted for the violence on the Capitol Hills (US Parliament) and different for the violence on the Red Fort. We do not approve different parameters for different countries.

Not allowed to spread fake news under the pretext of freedom of speech

According to information received by World News superfast, Prasad said – Freedom of speech is in the country, but Article 19-A also says that there will be necessary restrictions on some subjects. All social media platforms have to follow the Constitution of India. The constitution gives the right to criticize the government and the Prime Minister, but they cannot be allowed to spread fake news.

Outrage over Twitter’s stubborn attitude to disputed accounts

The government had shown strictness on Twitter’s stubborn attitude regarding objectionable content on social media amid the farmer movement. The central government had said in a strict tone from Twitter that such handlers have to be removed from its site under any circumstances. The IT ministry had directed the removal of 257 such handlers. However on Wednesday, Twitter had said that it has permanently suspended more than 500 accounts.

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTINDIA NEWS – According to information received by World News superfast, the central government has given strict warning to social media platforms Twitter and Facebook. Electronics and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said in the Rajya Sabha, ‘We respect social media. It has given strength to the common people. The role of social media is also very important in Digital India program, but if it promotes fake news and violence then we will take action. Then be it Twitter or some platform. ‘Prasad said in the House – We have informed Twitter and other social media companies about the rules and regulations of the countryAccording to information received by World News superfast, he is said – We have told them that if we want to do business in India, then our rules and regulations have to be followed. How can it be that some more rules are adopted for the violence on the Capitol Hills (US Parliament) and different for the violence on the Red Fort. We do not approve different parameters for different countries.Not allowed to spread fake news under the pretext of freedom of speechAccording to information received by World News superfast, Prasad said – Freedom of speech is in the country, but Article 19-A also says that there will be necessary restrictions on some subjects. All social media platforms have to follow the Constitution of India. The constitution gives the right to criticize the government and the Prime Minister, but they cannot be allowed to spread fake news.Outrage over Twitter’s stubborn attitude to disputed accountsThe government had shown strictness on Twitter’s stubborn attitude regarding objectionable content on social media amid the farmer movement. The central government had said in a strict tone from Twitter that such handlers have to be removed from its site under any circumstances. The IT ministry had directed the removal of 257 such handlers. However on Wednesday, Twitter had said that it has permanently suspended more than 500 accounts.
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