"Open to the petitioner to live in the stone age:" Madras High Court declines to entertain petition to censor social media content

"Though specific complaints may be entertained, Courts are not there to impose sanctions or guidelines on how the media or even social media operates," the Court added.
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The Madras High Court recently declined to entertain a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) that sought directions to the Central government to control and monitor content broadcast on social media (S Umamaheswaran v Union of India and ors).

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