No notice of blocking for anti-India campaigners; Twitter kept worthier causes of Indian litigants at bay: Karnataka High Court

Justice Dixit remarked that even if the Court had powers to lay down guidelines, it would not exercise such power at the instance of a “foreign entity engaged in speculative litigation.”
Karnataka HC and Twitter
Karnataka HC and Twitter

Terming it a classic case of speculative litigation, the Karnataka High Court today slapped ₹50 lakh exemplary costs on Twitter for its challenge to the Central government’s orders to block certain tweets and accounts. [X Corp v. Union of India]

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