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This is why India is asking Twitter to delete 21 tweets

This is why India is asking Twitter to delete 21 tweets

The Indian government asked Twitter to delete dozens of tweets, including those of local lawmakers, critical of India’s handling of the Corona epidemic.

India’s request comes from the American company for social media, with the number of HIV infections reaching a world record.

A company spokeswoman told Reuters on Saturday that Twitter had deleted some of the tweets after a legal request from the Indian government.

A Harvard University database revealed that the government submitted an urgent request to block the tweets.

According to the database, the government submitted a legal request on April 23, which included reference to 21 tweets, including tweets, written by a lawmaker named Rifnath Reddy, a minister of local government in West Bengal state named Mawlawi Gatak and a film director called Avinash Das.

The government’s request was based on the Information Technology Act of 2000.

“When we receive a legitimate legal request, we review it in light of Twitter’s rules and local law,” she said.

“If the content violates the Twitter regulations, the content is removed from the service.

If we conclude that it is illegal in a particular jurisdiction and does not violate the Twitter regulations, then we may delete the content only in India.

” Yesterday, Saturday, the Indian Ministry of Health announced that Coronavirus cases had increased to 346,786 cases within 24 hours, setting a new record for infections worldwide for the third consecutive day, which raises the total number of infections to 16.

96 million cases.

The Indian Ministry of Health stated that it recorded 2,767 new deaths from the virus, bringing the total number of deaths from the virus to 192311.

At a time, many hospitals in the densely populated country appealed for supplies of oxygen

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This is why India is asking Twitter to delete 21 tweets
This is why India is asking Twitter to delete 21 tweets