April 13, 2021 7:09 pm
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Tag: Supreme Court

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Centre tells Delhi High Court to stay implementation of WhatsApp’s new privacy policy

Under the new privacy policy by WhatsApp, which is likely to come into force on May 15, the users cannot opt not to share their data with other Facebook-owned or third-party apps
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Centre to present new regulatory framework for OTT platforms in Supreme Court

This comes following a Supreme Court order stressing the need for some screening of online shows and web series being telecast on such platforms
China's Bytedance Technology Co owns TikTok. (Photo: File)

TikTok removes over 6 million videos for policy violation

Social media video platform TikTok has removed over six million videos that have violated its Community Guidelines. The action comes days after Madras High Court asked the state government to ban the platform.
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Why SC judgment on Sex with wife aged below 18 years is bang on, read this report

The report says that at least 20,000 girls around the world are married off illegally each day and in many cases, they are permitted by national law
SC verdict on right to privacy gives identity access a legitimate perspective, says Aniket Jain of Solutions Infini. (Photo/Agency)

SC verdict on right to privacy gives identity access a legitimate perspective

Supreme Court's verdict on right to privacy as a citizen's fundamental right will advance major amendments in the Indian individual's life and liberty
The court asked the CBSE to file an affidavit to conduct NEET, a common entrance test for admission into undergraduate courses in medical and dental, with one difficulty level of questions for everyone. (Photo/Agency)

NEET 2017: SC pulls up CBSE, now common questions for all languages in future

The Supreme Court pulls up the CBSE for setting different question papers for students taking the NEET in regional languages
Justice Khehar said the court will soon dispense with the need of filing voluminous documents and paperbooks as it is in the process of digitising the entire court records across the country. (Photo/SC)

Supreme Court to go “paperless” within 6-7 months, says CJI Khehar

Within six to seven months you will not file any paper. We will electronically pick it up trial court and high court records and there will be no need of case records being filed afresh in SC," the bench comprising the CJI and Justices DY Chandrachud and SK Kaul said.