American microblogging site Twitter, which is at present concerned in a dead heat with the Indian Govt over the new IT rules, has designated Vinay Prakash as the resident grievance officer for the country. According to the data on Twitter’s official site, people can contact Vinay Prakash at his email – [email protected] Vinay Prakash’s nomination comes only three days after the high court of Delhi on Thursday had hit out at social media giant Twitter for a deferral in selecting the RGO.
Twitter looked for a period of about two months to name an RGO official and to likewise set up a contact office in the country, an appeal that was denied by the Delhi High Court. The tech company had before named Dharmendra Chatur as its RGO official for India. Nonetheless, Dharmendra Chatur left the post in June month. Twitter has been in constant conflict with the centre over the new IT act rules.
The Govt Of India has stood up to Twitter over conscious insubordination and inability to agree with the nation’s new Information Technology Act rules, notwithstanding rehashed updates. Social media site Twitter which has an expected 1.75 crore user base in the country and lost its lawful safeguard as a delegate in the country, getting responsible for users posting any unlawful substance.
On Thursday, Twitter had told the High Court that it has appointed but an interim CCO official, who is a local citizen of India, and that it’s anything but an undertaking to fill the customary seat inside about two months according to the new Information Technology Rules. Twitter additionally shared information got by means of its Grievance Officer channel between the 26th of May to the 25th of June.
The information remembers content on the microblogging site and objections got from people with going with court orders. The information showed that there were six harassment reports for which 38 URLs were actioned, while another twenty reports were for criticism under which 87 URLs were actioned.
There were likewise three reports of pantomime for which one URL was actioned and 1 report each for or Internet Protocol related violence, and falsehood. Various complaints included four reports of bold content and three reports for a privacy violation. Other than this, another 56 complaints of Twitter account suspensions were likewise handled. These were totally settled and the proper reactions were sent.