On Thursday The Union Government said that every single social medium platform ought to be required to find their grievance officers in India, and they will go about as the purpose of contact with the law authorized organizations for all phony news related grievances.
Electronics and Information Technology Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad told the Rajya Sabha that the legislature was working at reacting to rising difficulties in the internet based life space. He said, “the legislature was taking a gander at reinforcing the execution parts of segment 79 of the IT Act, 2000.”
Prasad was talking in the Rajya Sabha amid a calling consideration movement regarding the matter of the abuse of social media platforms and the proliferation of phony news causing distress and viciousness.
Prasad said that the social media platforms ought to give mechanical arrangements with the goal that confirmed the phony news, provoking messages can separate and should likewise set up more viable component for accepting grievances. “The obligation of such grievance officer should cover not exclusively to get grievances on ongoing premise yet additionally to illuminate law implementation organizations,” Prasad said.
According to the report from Business Standard, Pioneer of the Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad said there was an expansion in the number of lynching episodes, with 40 individuals lynched across 13 states this year. He said strict action would have a flag impact and lynchings would stop in the blink of an eye.
Trinamool Congress part, Derek O’Brien recorded the Postcard News and a Twitter handle as the most bilious hatred mongers and inquired as to why a portion of these individuals go to BJP boss Amit Shah’s meetings with his meeting’s web-based social networking groups.
He said advanced India has turned out to be disruptive India. He said, “Country with NaMo”‘, which is a Facebook site, and not to be mistaken for the NaMo App, is spreading the counterfeit news. The clergyman said that he will investigate the part’s worries about ‘Country with NaMo.[The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and/or the official policy of the website. ]