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Marking the 5 year anniversary of the Shreya Singhal Judgement #FreeToMeme

5 years ago a division bench of the Supreme Court composed of Justices Chalameshwar and Nariman laid down an important foundation for internet freedom that is today under threat.

IFF writes to the Delhi Committee for Peace and Harmony on their social media crackdown #FreeToMeme

The Delhi Government constituted a Committee for Peace and Harmony to investigate hateful content and fake news over social media. As it stands it will enable over censorship and chilling effect. IFF has written a letter to the Committee’s chairperson along with Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.

To stab or not to stab: is the Zombie really dead?

RTI data reveals that although Courts have actively complied with SC's directions, the Chief Secretaries and DGP's were sent advisories only during the case, no advisories have been sent after.

Urgent speech law reform needed to protect online freedom in India.

With the formation of the new Government and our best foot forward, we call upon the Central Government to take steps to address the arbitrary arrests of social media users and pursue the reform of speech law in India.

Phantom sensations of 66A.

We've been experiencing phantom sensations of 66A over the last week or so. Two very important aspects were involved, a meme and the Supreme Court.

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.