37% rural youth sans Internet access: Study
The Supreme Court recently made it mandatory for an aggrieved party to seek a court or government order and present it to the intermediary to take down objectionable or unlawful online content.
The judgment watered down the provisions of Section 79(3)(b) of Information Technology Act. The intermediary in this case could be social networking sites such as Facebook or Twitter, or video-hosting sites such as YouTube.
This will facilitate the ease of business in the intermediary ecosystem, which includes e-commerce websites, search engines, social media platforms and content aggregators.