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Author Topic: Indian social media users risk losing online anonymity amid controversial law  (Read 358 times)

Redaktion

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The Indian government is reportedly in the final stages of drafting a law that will force social media companies to divulge the personal information of anonymous social media users. The proposed law will apply to all social media and instant messaging platforms. Authorities can request for said information without a warrant and can hold on to it for up to 180 days.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Indian-social-media-users-risk-losing-online-anonymity-amid-controversial-law.453831.0.html

william blake

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understandable. social media controlled by u.s. government is an obstacle to independence and safety.

S.Yu

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This is basically what China has done years ago, except China already had the Great Firewall and its control over private companies is more pervasive, and invasive.

 

 
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