Following quite a while of contention, over its supposed inability to agree with the enhanced IT rules in India, Twitter has, at last, named its Resident Grievance Officer for India. This is according to its site. Twitter has named Vinay Prakash as its Resident Grievance Officer here. Nonetheless, the work is at this point incomplete as the enhanced IT rules in India, order that three key staff – boss compliance officer, nodal officer, and grievance officer – must be named by online media stages with more than 50 lakh users. On top of that, they must be an Indian resident.
Users can contact Prakash utilizing an email ID recorded on the page, which states “Twitter can be reached in India at the following location: fourth Floor, The Estate, 121 Dickenson Road, Bangalore 560 042.” Twitter had recently designated Dharmendra Chatur as interval resident grievance officer for India, however, he had stopped last month, reports PTI.
Indeed, even as 2 of its 3 basic arrangements are forthcoming, Twitter has satisfied another vital necessity under the IT decides that happened on May 26. The organization has distributed its compliance report for the time of May 26, 2021, to June 25, 2021.
This action follows a continuous column with the government about whether Twitter was following new web-based media rules or not. The government has confronted Twitter over intentional rebellion and inability to conform to the country’s new IT rules, notwithstanding rehashed updates. Twitter had said the upgraded IT rules were against the Constitution.
The column had raised to a point where Twitter even lost its lawful safeguard as a go-between in India. That implied it would be considered answerable for users posting any unlawful substance on Twitter.
That prompted the recording of 2 bodies of evidence against Twitter regarding certain tweets claiming the attack on a Muslim man and over kid erotic entertainment in June.
Twitter is an American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as “tweets”. Registered users can post, like, and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read them.
Also Read :