• Twitter finally gave in to the center and appointed a grievance redressal officer under the IT Act

    Vinay Prakash has been appointed as the Complaints Redressal Officer in India. Twitter, which published the information on its website, also provided an e-mail ID to contact.

    Twitter has finally appointed a grievance redressal officer under the IT Act. An official named Vinay Prakash has been appointed to report complaints related to Twitter. Twitter, which published the information on its website, also provided an e-mail ID to contact. Following the publication of the new IT rules, there has been a heated exchange of words between social media giants, including Twitter, and the central government.

    Twitter said that we are publishing the statistics for May and June as per IT Act 2021 and on July 11, 2021,”. But Twitter has not yet appointed a chief compliance officer. Only a temporary appointment was made. Twitter has asked the Delhi High Court to give it eight weeks to appoint a permanent person. The court was told by Twitter that the statistics report would be published by July 11. The court told Twitter that there would be no legal protection if the country’s laws were not followed. Twitter has stepped up its actions despite the court’s tough stance.


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    There are lawsuits against Twitter in four states over IT compliance. Facebook and WhatsApp have already completed the recruitment process.

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