Must abide by Indian Laws: Twitter told by parliamentary board

Must abide by Indian Laws: Twitter told by parliamentary board

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Twitter India's public policy manager Shagufta Kamran, legal counsel Ayushi Kapoor

Sending out a strong message on issue of safeguarding citizens' rights and preventing misuse of online news media platforms, the parliamentary Standing Committee on Information Technology on Friday very clearly told Twitter that it 'must abide by Indian Laws.'

It even asked the social media giant that why it should not be fined for 'violating' rule of land.

Twitter India's public policy manager Shagufta Kamran, legal counsel Ayushi Kapoor and officials of the Information Technology Ministry officials on Friday deposed before a parliamentary panel headed by Congress MP Shashi Tharoor deposed before the panel on Friday.

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