News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Wed, 26 May 2021 08:19 AM IST
Today, crores of people are connected on Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and Instagram. Through this, people are also keeping their opinion on the events happening around the world, but many times it is also being misused. In such a situation, it is mandatory to follow the new guidelines of the Government of India from 26th May.
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If you run any other site including social media platforms Facebook, Whatsapp, Twitter and Instagram, then be alert from today. This is because all microblogging sites are in danger of being shut down. Instructions have been issued to discontinue the companies not following the new guidelines issued by the central government with immediate effect. In fact, on 25 May, the date of the new guidelines of the Central Government expired. Social media platforms that do not implement the new Intermediate Guidelines of the Center can be banned in India.
In fact, the Modi government released new guidelines for social media and OTT platforms on February 25 and toughened the rules. The government also gave these companies three months to implement the new guidelines. The new guidelines of the Central Government expired on 25 May. In such a situation, social media platforms that do not implement the new Intermediate Guidelines of the Center can be banned in India.