Twitter has taken an important step in the midst of criticism over the delay in complying with the new IT rules. Punjabi singer Jazzi, artist after he sought legal action in India l-fresh the lion And the accounts of two other people have been banned. According to information received from the Lumen database, on June 6, the Indian government had made a legal request to the company to take action on four accounts. These included the account of Jajibi.
People who visit JaziB’s account see a message that ‘This account has been blocked in India due to a legal request’.
How does Twitter act?
When contacted, a Twitter spokesperson said that when it receives a valid legal request, it will look into it under both Twitter rules and local law.
“If the content on the account violates the Twitter Rules, that content will be removed from the service,” he said. If it is held illegal in a particular jurisdiction but does not violate the Twitter Rules, we can only block access to the content in India.
The spokesperson said that the company notifies the person with the account directly in all cases so that they can be informed that the company has received a legal order in relation to the account. “We inform users by sending messages to the e-mails associated with the accounts,” he said.
Jajib did these tweets
According to reports, JaziB had tweeted several times in support of the farmers’ movement. Earlier this year, more than 500 accounts were suspended in India. Access to hundreds of other accounts was blocked. At that time, the government had ordered Twitter to stop misinformation and inflammatory content related to the farmers’ agitation.