We express support to Safeguarding Democracy from Digital Platforms

IFF is in support of a statement released in collaboration with individuals and organisations demonstrating the need to uphold and defend the integrity of the next general elections.

Statement on the TikTok Ban

We are in the process of conferring with legal counsel and will be taking steps to ensure that the fundamental rights of internet users are considered by the Hon’ble Court. As with all of IFF’s work, subsequent steps and updates will be informed regularly and transparently.

Representation to the DOT on net neutrality violations.

In light of the growing intensity of net neutrality violations, we make a formal representation to the Department of Telecommunications highlighting the need for an enforcement mechanism.

What a Week! Updates from #SaveTheInternet on Website Blocking

As overwhelming support comes in for Net Neutrality enforcements, worrying reports for website blockings emerge. Read the data.

These rights aren't going to fight themselves! It's been four years since Shreya Singhal or has it really?

On March 24, 2019, we celebrated the four year anniversary of the one of the most significant judgements in the digital rights sphere, the case of Shreya Singhal v. Union of India. Here is a little snippet of our adventures.

Section 66A returns to its grave after accidental resurrection.

The Delhi High Court today promptly agreed to remove an inadvertent reference to the unconstitutional Section 66A in its judgement rejecting censorship of online platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime.