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Cyber Anarchy Unleashed… says S.N.Ravichandran commenting on striking down of Section 66A

…directly curbed by the creation of the offence contained in Section 66A. “66-A. Punishment for sending offensive messages through communication service, etc. —Any person who sends, by means of a… Continue reading

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10 Questions on Section 66A Judgement for which we seek answers

66A not clearly indicate that the section was meant to address “Messages” as different from “Publishing”? Question 2: Do the Titles used in Section 66A and others not give meaning… Continue reading

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Section 66A: Judiciary asserts its rights over Executive

…know” is directly affected by Section 66A is immediately accepted and becomes the ground to discredit Section 66A. The petitioners have failed to notice that Internet is only a medium… Continue reading

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Cases that prompted scrapping of Section 66A by the Supreme Court

the first place under the Section 66A and the Police were wrong in booking these cases under Section 66A. Equally, the Judgement not recognizing that we cannot evaluate Section 66AContinue reading

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Mis-perceptions about Section 66A

under Section 66A(b) and “Causing annoyance” under Section 66A(c). The first time the section was invoked to address defamation was in the Delhi High Court case of E2labs Vs Zone-H.org…. Continue reading

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Section 66A is not meant for “Cyber Defamation”

…look at the first of the issues namely the controversies sorrounding Section 66A of ITA 2008. The debate about Section 66A has comeforth because this section has been repeatedly invoked… Continue reading

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