Twitter assigned Jeremy Kessel, american, as new offense officer for India
According to intermediary guidelines and digital media ethics code, information technology rules, social media negotiators have to assign an official to address the complaints from Indian users in 2021.
For India, Twitter assigned its global legal policy director as new offense officer for Indian subscribers. Dharmendra chatur, who was recently assigned as offence officer, has quitted on ongoing fight with the government.
Dharmendra chatur, Oppointed as Grivence officer for India on May 31.earlier days chatur was a partner at law firm that representing Twitter.
Kessel's assignment is coming at a time of when the microblogging company is engaged in a split with Central government over new rules of IT, which came into existence on May 23.The government has find fault with Twitter for deliberate defiance and failure to obey with country's new guidelines and rules that compulsory assigning of chief grievance official, nodel officer and compliance officer with 500 million users on social media.
Earlierly, In India, the US giant, also lost his status, for making the company liable for any unlawful user generated content.
Source: India Today
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