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Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, April 19, 2021
Airtel XStream, JioFiber, and BSNL broadband plans give access to streaming benefits like Disney+ Hotstar that give access to live IPL matches, and also to other streaming benefits like Amazon Prime and Netflix.


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, April 5, 2021
The RBI has given yet another relief of six-month to debit and credit card customers who have given standing instructions to third-party service providers for bill payments. These recurring payments up to Rs 5,000 will continue to get debited cards, but only till September this year. As per RBI's direction, the third-party service providers and the regulated banks and card issuers have to integrate their technology systems to protect the interest of the customer who is often charged without any prior intimation or have to run around for refunds. The big private banks are already ready for the technology integration., but the hundreds of service providers like  OTT players or utility companies and App-based Fintech players are yet not ready in terms of the technology as the e-mandate information has to flow from the service provider to the bank and vice-a-versa. Watch as Anand Adhikari, Executive Editor, Business Today explains the options to avoid debit failures on utility bills or subscription payments after September.Also Read: Byju's acquires Aakash Educational Services for $1 billion


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 31, 2021
The Reserve Bank of India on Wednesday extended the timeline for processing recurring online transactions by six months till September 30, 2021. The decision was taken to prevent any inconvenience to the customers. The RBI's notification pertains to debit or credit card standing instructions given or registered with the third party service providers for OTT payments, utility bills, subscriptions. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Debit, credit card auto payment: RBI deadline for processing recurring transactions extended till Sept 30


PTI
March 26, 2021
The minister said that the government is the voice of those who are victimised on social media and wants platforms to set up grievance redressal mechanisms in the country


Nidhi Singal
March 24, 2021
Twitter will remove content that interferes with elections and is false or contains misleading information about procedures to participate in polls. Twitter says its users may not deceptively share synthetic or manipulated information that is likely to cause harm


BusinessToday.In
March 19, 2021
Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said the new guidelines clearly specify that if the dignity of women is sought to be compromised, namely her nude or morphed photograph is displayed, the social media intermediary needs to remove it within 24 hours


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, March 13, 2021
Facebook-owned WhatsApp has been one of the most downloaded messaging apps in India, downloaded around 140 million times in Q3 2020. But its days in India might be numbered after the release of new social media guidelines.The app along with other messaging and social media platforms have been under the scanner of the Indian government. The new guidelines issued by the govt are aimed at regulating social media and OTT platforms.. Amidst growing concerns around lack of transparency, accountability, and rights of users related to digital media, the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules 2021 were framed. So, what does WhatsApp's future look like? Business Today's Rashi Bisaria explains more in the video.Also Read: LED TV prices set to rise from April; manufacturers say market dominated by Chinese


PTI
March 4, 2021
The government had on February 25 notified new rules and guidelines for OTT platforms and digitial news media, requiring them to make public their details and having a grievance redressal system in place


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, March 4, 2021
Digital media norms to be administered by Centre, not states The Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Ministry on Wednesday issued memorandum to states and union territories saying that the new rules for digital news publishers and over-the-top (OTT) platforms are to be administered by the Centre, not the states. The government had notified the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Codes) Rules, 2021 on February 25. Defence equipment sales to India sho...


BusinessToday.In
March 3, 2021
The Part III of the rules provide for furnishing of information by publishers to government and periodical disclosure of information regarding grievance redressal in public domain.


BusinessToday.In
February 28, 2021
The Centre has clarified that it is not mandatory for citizens to verify their social media accounts and that it has only asked social media platforms to ensure a mechanism for those who wish to do it voluntarily


PTI
February 27, 2021
In a circular, a Supreme Court 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


PTI
February 27, 2021
The new rules, announced earlier this week, require 'significant social media intermediaries' to follow additional due diligence


Rukmini Rao
February 26, 2021
IT industry body has urged the government to ensure that creativity and freedom of speech and expression are not curbed while implementing the new set of rules to govern intermediaries and digital media


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, February 26, 2021
Rice export rates ease in India as supply picks up Rice export rates in top exporter India eased this week as supplies rose, while neighbouring Bangladesh considered allowing higher imports by private traders as domestic rates continued to soar.The country's rice output is expected to increase to 120.32 million tonnes in the crop year to June 2021. Bomb scare outside Mukesh Ambani's residence; explosive material found Explosive material was recovered from a suspicious vehicle outside Muk...


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 25, 2021
The Centre has announced new guidelines to regulate digital content, including social media and over-the-top (OTT) streaming services, to curb 'misuse' of the platforms. The new rules will establish an institutional mechanism with a level playing field featuring a Code of Ethics and a three-tier grievance redressal framework for news publishers and OTT platforms on digital media. Addressing a press conference, Union ministers Ravi Shankar Prasad and Prakash Javadekar shared the details, while warning that 'double standards will not be acceptable.' Watch the video for more.Also Read: New ethics code for OTT, digital media; all you need to know


BusinessToday.In
February 25, 2021
Under the Code of Ethics for online news and digital media entities, publishers of news on digital media will be required to follow the journalistic conduct of the Press Council of India and the programme code under the Cable Television Networks Regulation Act


Nidhi Singal
February 25, 2021
This Code of Ethics prescribes the guidelines to be followed by OTT platforms and online news and digital media entities


BusinessToday.In
February 25, 2021
The intermediaries, including social media intermediaries, will have to establish a grievance redressal mechanism for resolving complaints received from users or victims.


Nidhi Singal
February 25, 2021
Given the disturbing developments observed on social media platforms, the guidelines issued state due diligence should be followed by intermediaries


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