Mumbaigirls

In an affidavit filed in January, the ministry of communications and information technology had said, “The content, purpose and effect of Section 66A of IT Act clearly shows that it is regulatory in nature.” The Centre had merely issued an advisory to all states requiring prior permission of senior police officials before arresting a person under Section 66A.

She enjoys teaching and helping out, and have worked as an intern at a training firm named “Par Excellence”.It is with their support and encouragement that Avantika and Saakshi now decided to conduct two more Techstart programs with two different NGOs, this time with a developer at the Mozilla Learning Network.Having established that, Techstart is now a long-term project, it is our mission to reach out to NGOs across Mumbai and cultivate skills in students that will give them an advantage over competitors when applying for jobs and internships in today’s increasingly technology-oriented world.The offences under it are so loosely defined that almost anything, including causing “annoyance”, can attract penal action.It would be better if the government accepted this section must either be scrapped or worded more carefully to reflect similar provisions in the IPC dealing with things like promoting hatred, harassment, intimidation and so on.

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