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Supreme Court’s full judgment on Section 66A of IT Act

Court said the public's right to know is directly affected by section 66A of the IT Act.

supreme court, sanskrit, HL Dattu The Supreme Court of India

In a landmark judgment upholding freedom of expression, the Supreme Court today struck down a provision in the cyber law which provides power to arrest a person for posting allegedly “offensive” content on websites.

Read the full judgment below

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First published on: 24-03-2015 at 01:56:04 pm
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