The decision of the government to block 32 URLs has become a subject matter of debate and the question being asked is blocking the right way to go. Should the government be taking down websites or web pages? Should the government be acting against the intermediaries or should it block websites as a whole? These are a few points that need to be debated and to speak with oneindia is Cyber Law expert, Pawan Duggal.
India cannot replicate China: Internet censorship in China is the most rigid and is known as the Great Firewall of China. However can India replicate this? The answer is no as India by and large represents two models of government. The vibrant constitution of India does not let the internet laws be that rigid. Part (3) of the Indian Constitution guarantees fundamental rights to all citizens.