Social media companies operating in the country i.e. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are facing a big problem.
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New Delhi : Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, the social media companies operating in the country, are facing a big problem. The central government had directed all social media companies in the country to abide by certain rules and gave them a period of 3 months, which will expire on May 26. So far, these companies have not complied with the rules laid down by the government. So now the three social media platforms Facebook, Twitter and Instagram will be shut down in India after 2 days? Such a question has arisen. Meanwhile, the newly launched social media platform Koo has started following the government’s rules, sources said. (Twitter, Instagram, facebook can face Trouble after May 26th in India for not accepting government directions)
In India, social media websites act as intermediaries and no action is taken against any social media company if a person makes offensive comments or posts on social media, as they are exempt from the Government of India. But if you believe the information provided by India TV, it is understood that the freedom given to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram by the government will expire on May 26. If these suggestions are not accepted by May 26, the government may shut down the relevant social media sites. In the future, if any user posts offensively on the relevant social media site, action may be taken against that user on the relevant social media site.
What are government orders?
On February 25, 2021, the Ministry of Electronics and IT of the Government of India ordered the social media companies to comply with certain instructions within 3 months, which were also published in the Government of India Gazette. As per the order, social media companies were asked to appoint compliance officers, nodal officers in India. Also all these officers must be in India. The order also said that social media companies would have to provide information on physical contact persons on their websites or mobile apps.
Three-month term from the government
On February 25, 2021, MEITY of the Government of India gave all social companies three months to comply with the new rules. These include giving your officer and contact address in India, appointment of compliance officers, redressal of grievances, monitoring of objectionable content, compliance reports and removal of objectionable content. So far, no company other than Coo has hired these officers.
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(Twitter, Instagram, facebook can face Trouble after May 26th in India for not accepting government directions)