india it rules: Govt likely to issue clarifications on India IT rules, officials say

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Social media platforms have been vocal in their concern over stringent takedown timelines as well as what they term as the opacity in the revised India IT rules.

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Clarifications on the new India IT rules are currently being discussed and are “aimed at law enforcement agencies that give orders for information and notice for takedowns”, a senior government official says.

New Delhi: The government is likely to offer detailed guidelines on the procedure to be followed by law enforcement agencies seeking information or content takedowns from social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter, according to top officials.

This will form part of the clarifications to the intermediary guidelines that are being worked out by the Union Ministry of Electronics and IT, they said.

This will also address a key industry

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