Social media platforms replete with fake news; they don't respond to judges but listen only to powerful men: Supreme Court

The Court was hearing a plea seeking directions to stop media outlets from allegedly spreading fake news by linking the spread of COVID-19 with the Tablighi Jamaat congregation that took place in March 2020.
Supreme Court, Judicial appointments
Supreme Court, Judicial appointments

The Supreme Court on Thursday expressed concerns about fake news being spread through web portals and social media platforms like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, while also expressing concerns that such social media giants do not even respond to judges.

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