Parliamentary standing committee issues notice to Facebook to be present on September 2

The parliamentary standing board of trustees on Information Technology has brought Facebook on September 2 to talk about the issue of supposed abuse of web based life stages in the wake of cases that the US firm didn’t matter detest discourse rules to certain BJP lawmakers.

A day prior to, the board will likewise examine the issue of web shutdowns.

Other than delegates of Facebook, the board has additionally solicited agents from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to stay present on September 2 to talk about regarding the matter of “protecting residents’ privileges and anticipation of abuse of social/online news media stages remembering uncommon accentuation for ladies security in the advanced space”.

The warning went ahead a day when senior individual from the board and BJP pioneer Nishikant Dubey wrote to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla looking for expulsion of Shashi Tharoor as the board’s administrator, asserting that the Congress head was utilizing the stage for a political plan.

For the September 1 gathering, delegates of services of correspondences and home issues have been called, as likewise those from Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir and Delhi governments, as per the plan warnings gave by the Lok Sabha Secretariat.

Delegates of Information and Broadcasting Ministry, News Broadcasters Association, Press Council of India and Prasar Bharati have been welcomed for the conversation on ‘Moral Standards in Media Coverage.




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