Twitter has failed to meet India's information technology criteria

IT rules simply require designated officers of major social media platforms to be employees of the company and residents of India. Meanwhile, according to sources, most of the major social media platforms have given the names of their chief compliance officer, nodal contact person, and grievance officer with the ministry, as required by the new guidelines. Google, Facebook, WhatsApp, Koo, Telegram, and LinkedIn, among other major social media intermediaries, has shared information with the ministry as required by the IT regulations that went into force earlier this week. They claim, however, that Twitter has failed to comply with the IT requirements.

IT rules simply require designated officers of major social media platforms to be employees of the company and residents of India. Meanwhile, according to sources, most of the major social media platforms have given the names of their chief compliance officer, nodal contact person, and grievance officer with the ministry, as required by the new guidelines. Google, Facebook, WhatsApp, Koo, Telegram, and LinkedIn, among other major social media intermediaries, have shared information with the ministry as required by the IT regulations that went into force earlier this week. They claim, however, that Twitter has failed to comply with the IT requirements.

The disagreement over Twitter's handling of certain posts erupted into a full-fledged war of words on Thursday, with the government accusing the messaging platform of making unsubstantiated and false claims in order to smear India and imposing terms on the world's largest democracy.

 


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