OTT guidelines are not required

There is no way for the prosecution. The government should make a law

Supreme Comments .. Amazon-India Chief Oo Uratha

New Delhi, March 5: The Supreme Court has ruled that it does not seek guidelines prepared by the central government to regulate social media and over-the-top (OTT). He pointed out that the prosecution was not empowered. Supreme Court Justices Ashok Bhushan and Justice R.S. Bench comprising Justice Reddy. It is learned that the Center has been directed to prepare guidelines for regulating OTTs during the hearing held on Thursday. To that end, the Union Ministry of Media and Broadcasting has prepared some guidelines and submitted them to the court along with guidelines designed to regulate social media. In response, the tribunal said, “We have thoroughly examined the guidelines you have submitted.

They ask nothing. It is unlikely that action will be taken against erroneous OTT organizations. The prosecution has no power. The solution for the government is to make it a law. Make amendments to these guidelines and resubmit. However, the bench granted her bail in response to a petition filed by Aparna Purohit in the Uttar Pradesh High Court. He also directed to include the Center as the accused in the case.

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