This is a FINAL CALL for our Members Call at 4 PM today on “Twitter vs Govt, RBI’s Vision 2025, Alt News and Razorpay, IT Rules 2021”.
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The session will begin at 4 PM with a presentation, explaining key points related to these developments, followed by a Q&A session, in which attendees can ask questions and/or debate issues.
Why this call matters
Activity in tech policy in India is ramping up, but it can be hard to keep up with all that’s going on, let alone meet all compliance requirements. To help you stay ahead of the curve, we will answer these questions on our members call:
Twitter vs Government
- Why is Twitter suing the Indian Government over takedown orders?
- Should Twitter have challenged the law underlying the orders instead?
- Understanding content takedowns in India
- What’s the history of Twitter vs the Indian government?
- What should Twitter do now?
RBI’s ‘Vision 2025’
- What is RBI planning for the next three years?
- What has changed since 2019, when the RBI released its first 3-year roadmap?
- What is the RBI currently doing in the e-payments space?
Alt News and Razorpay
- Was Razorpay legally required to share Alt News donor data with the government?
- What would have happened if Razorpay had not followed the Section 91 CrPC Order?
- Does Section 91 mandate data sharing by Razorpay?
- On what grounds can companies and individuals challenge section 91 Orders?
IT Rules 2021
- What’s the status of the Centre’s petitions on High Court orders against the IT Rules 2021?
- New Press and Periodicals Bill anticipated: What do we know of it and how does it relate to the IT Rules?
- What are stakeholders saying in the ongoing consultation on the IT Rules amendments?
*Update (26th July, 3:11 PM): Questions under the Alt News and Razorpay section were edited for factual accuracy.