Twitter Resident Grievance Officer India: Twitter:Finally, Twitter has appointed Grievance Officer for India, Vinay Prakash has got the responsibility. Twitter appointed as Resident Grievance Officer Vinay Prakash will take charge
Vinay Prakash has got this responsibility, this information has been given on the company’s website
- Twitter appoints Resident Grievance Officer in India
- This important responsibility has been entrusted to Vinay Prakash.
- There was a lot of controversy recently about this in India.
New Delhi: Microblogging site Twitter has appointed the company’s Resident Grievance Officer for India, Vinay Prakash has got this responsibility, has given this information on the company’s website, before the Delhi High Court on Thursday. The appointment of Grievance Officer under the new IT rules is in process.
Earlier, while hearing the matter, the Delhi High Court had asked Twitter to inform soon by when it would appoint a local Resident Grievance Officer (RGO) under the new IT Act.
According to the information given in the website, you can send your complaints to grievance-officer-in @ twitter.com.
It may be noted that the Center on Monday told the Delhi High Court that social media giant Twitter Inc has failed to comply with India’s new information technology rules. Which is the law of the land and it must be compulsorily followed.
Twitter’s Grievance Officer in India resigned
It should be noted that recently, the interim Grievance Officer of the social network platform Twitter, who was appointed in India, resigned from his post, the Grievance Officer in the major social media companies to deal with the complaints of Indian users under the new information technology rules. Appointment is necessary. Recently Dharmendra Chatur, the interim Grievance Officer appointed by Twitter in India, resigned from the post. Under the Information Technology (Guidelines for Intermediaries and Digital Media Code of Conduct) Rules, 2021, forums are required to give the name and contact address of the said officer on their website.
The new IT Laws have come into effect from May 25
The government has accused and criticized Twitter of deliberately not following these new rules. The new rules have come into effect from May 25. With Twitter not appointing the required officers even after the deadline, it has lost the right to exempt intermediary digital platforms in India through the ‘Provision of Protection’.
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