Twitter doesn’t comply with India’s law, claims Elon Musk, jeopardizes one of the biggest markets IG News

Twitter had last moved the Karnataka High Court against the Government of India’s order to remove certain content on its platform on the ground that the IT ministry’s orders to remove the content “under Section 69A of the IT Act are not correct”.

In its petition, Twitter alleged that the order to remove the content is arbitrary.

Musk said that “in 2021, India’s Ministry of Information Technology implemented certain rules that allowed the government to investigate social media posts, identify information, and prosecute companies that refused to comply.” “

Musk said the micro-blogging platform must “respect the laws of the countries where Twitter operates”.

Twitter responded to Musk’s allegations, saying the court proceedings in India are inspired by similar actions in other countries.

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