Government unveils new rules to regulate digital news, social media, OTT platforms - 10 key points

Credit: DNA- Published on February 25, 2021
In an apparent effort to curb the misuse of digital platforms, including digital news, social media and over-the-top (OTT) streaming services, the Centre on Thursday announced new guidelines to aimed at regulting content on digital platforms.

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Published on February 28, 2021 -  01:10
SC adheres to the new guidelines issues by the Govt for social media & OTT platforms| Oneindia News
The Supreme Court will no longer use WhatsApp groups to share video conference links for court hearings, the apex court registry said on Saturday. In a circular, the registry said that instead of WhatsApp, the links for virtual court hearings in the apex court will be shared on registered email ids and registered mobile numbers of the concerned advocates-on-record and party-in-person. #SupremeCourt #Whatsapp #SocialMedia

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