Google agreed to comply with India’s new IT rules

As per the new IT rules, Indian government can ask for user information and to take down any offensive content.

Today the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Google announced that it will comply with the new IT rules. The Google CEO said that we will comply with the local laws and the company’s local teams are engaged in implementing a framework of compliance. He also said that along with the free flow of information, Google will respect the local laws of democratic countries.

According to the Google CEO, it will also comply with the requests on the information on users and will make sure that it is done within a legal framework.

The new IT rules of India state that any content that is offensive to the government will have to be taken down within 36 hours. This has created a cause for concern over privacy and individual’s freedom of speech.

On the other hand, Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp refused to comply with the new IT rules and will uphold the right to privacy of the user. WhatsApp and Facebook sued the Indian government over their demands for user information.

The following news report from ‘Hindustan Times’ talks about the possibility of India banning the social media services like WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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