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February 9, 2021
A bench of Chief Justice Bobde and Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian dismissed the plea saying that there was no cause of action and the petitioners are not the affected parties

November 12, 2020
If Twitter does not respond within five days or if its response is not to the government's satisfaction, the centre is then expected to take action against the company

Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, September 17, 2020
Karuna Nundy, champion of human rights is also an expert on commercial litigation

May 14, 2019

February 15, 2019

Sonal Khetarpal
February 6, 2019
It is important to protect the principles of open and accessible internet, and the fundamental rights of privacy and free speech of the internet users in India.

January 7, 2019

January 7, 2019

October 10, 2018
Senior Advocate Tushar Mehta was on Wednesday appointed as the new Solicitor General of India. Mehta is currently serving as the Additional Solicitor General.

Ranjeev C Dubey
February 10, 2017
If you live long enough, you come to realize that today's outrageous is next week's new normal. Like 18 hour power outages, people can get used to almost anything. Eleven years ago, Praveen Babi, the iconic Bollywood heroine of my generation died leaving much of what she owned to charity. Her trustees sought to probate her will.

Manu Kaushik
May 16, 2015
The apex court saves the Internet companies from the arduous task of monitoring online content and also preserves freedom of speech.

Harish V Nair
New Delhi, March 25, 2015
It was a deeply disturbing home coming for her when news of a series of netizens' arrests spurred by powerful politicians started making headlines and it was then she decided to file PIL against the law. 

Soumya Patnaik
March 24, 2015
Section 66A of the IT Act granted unbridled powers to police officers to arrest any person who posted any content that they deemed 'offensive', as per their discretion.

Bengaluru, March 24, 2015
Nasscom president R Chandrashekhar said the order aligns with the provisions of the IT Act.

Venkatesha Babu
March 24, 2015
At the time of writing it wasn't clear whether the government was likely to appeal the SC's judgement. For now free speech advocates and democracy, which is predicated on this, have won.

Madabhushi Sridhar
December 12, 2012
The section is absolutely draconian as it gives rulers a weapon to misuse and deprive citizens of their personal liberty, says Madabhushi Sridhar, coordinator at Center for Media Law & Public Policy, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad.