Twitter appoints Dharmendra Chatur as interim India grievance redressal officer1 min read . Updated: 02 Jun 2021, 09:13 AM IST
- Delhi HC has said Twitter has to comply with the new Information Technology (IT) Rules for digital media if they have not been stayed. It issued notice to the Centre and the social media platform seeking their stand on a plea by lawyer, claiming non-compliance of the rules
NEW DELHI: Micro-blogging platform Twitter has appointed an interim grievance redressal officer for its India operations as per the requirements under the new IT guidelines. The rules, announced on 25 February, asked significant social media intermediaries--with a user base of 50 lakh and more--to appoint grievance, compliance and nodal officers by 26 May. As per the rules, the appointees have to be Indian nationals based in the country.
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