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INTERNET/IT ACT: Supreme Court strikes down Section 66A of IT Act which allowed arrests for objectionable content online

Supreme Court strikes down Section 66A of IT Act which allowed arrests for objectionable content online

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Supreme Court strikes down Section 66A of IT Act which allowed arrests for objectionable content online   Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Mar 24, 2015 …
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday declared Section 66A of Information Technology Act as unconstitutional and struck it down. …

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