Indian Govt - Internet companies will have to follow law of the land

Started by ganeshbala, Jan 20, 2012, 02:13 PM

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Indian Govt - Internet companies will have to follow law of the land

The government on Thursday said it has no plans to censor the Internet even as it sought to send a strong message to social websites like Google and Facebook that any company wishing to operate in the country will have to follow law of the land.

The assertion comes amid growing unease among global website and social media companies over the government asking the social websites to ensure that uploading of derogatory material is stopped.

The Centre had filed a report in a court saying there was sufficient material to proceed against 21 websites, including Facebook, Google, Yahoo and Microsoft, for alleged offences of promoting enmity between classes and causing prejudice to national integration.

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