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Dear Minister,

We do not require any regulations over internet. Please do not try to make this thing political so whom so ever runs the government can also influence the internet. There are more important things to look after then to regulate internet like over dramatic news channels which are more n more turning into shitty shows of ekta kapoor. First you need to make internet available to most of the indians then talk about regulating it. Me and and most of the people i know are against this and we will protest against this. INTERNET IS FREE AND WE THE USER WANT IT THE WAY IT IT.

Arpit Pandey

arpit.arshi**@gmail.com

Tue, May 15, 2020 at 3:29 PM

 

We have had enough of paid media channels on TV. Now please leave us alone to watch what we want to and give us freedom to show what we want to.

Kinshuk Hazra

kinshukhazra1***@gmail.com

Tue, May 15, 2020 at 12:13 PM

 

Internet is the only place where we can find counter narrative at this moment. regulations will not be a positive step towards the citizens freedom of expression. the fight against fake news has to be done in a different way, and it can only happen through counter narrative only. please find a better way to curb fake news, we thousands of citizens and net-izens who can help curb the rampant fake new culture, however taking away the freedom of speech is not the way forward a diverse democracy of ours.

Avishek M

avi1**@gmail.com

Tue, May 15, 2020 at 11:07 AM

 

The Internet is the only space where one can truly and freely express their OWN opinion which can reach out to a wide audience. Government regulations on this space will curb our freedom of speech and then we will be compelled to think twice before writing something that ‘gets us into trouble’; even though what we’re saying, in some aspects, may be true. Please let us feel free to express our thoughts and views without feeling bound or scared even!

Asmita Meshram

asmitameshram***@gmail.com

Tue, May 15, 2020 at 11:00 AM

 

The internet is well and truly the only platform that genuinely resonates the values and principles of a democratic institution. It is an opinion oriented platform where people are free to express their opinions and reach out to millions of other end users. The government, if at all it wants to intervene, must try to generate awareness about perceived code of conduct in the online platform. But all formal and informal attempts to curb the freedom of expression on the net will simply amplify the problem and chances are that public response to such attempts won’t be passive in the long term but will morph into fotms of resistance propaganda in the near future.

Souvik Roy Moulick

souvik***@gmail.com

Mon, May 14, 2020 at 10:52 AM

 

Online space, if regulated will tale away all the freedom common public holds and the freedom to act as an individual informer will end. Also, the idea of expression and communication will be taken over by regulations and may result in mental health problems for a lot of us. For teenagers like me, it is important to have a free platform in order to participate in this process of development and evolution and act as a catalyst in the changing world. We need to understand the needs of this generation or else we will ruin the future and would create a bad society for the generations to come.

Girish Chandra

vikkychan***@gmail.com

Mon, May 14, 2020 at 10:48 AM

 

I wish to have complete freedom of expression online and offline. Any measures to regulate online media is simply more suffocation in a country that is already arresting people for their social media posts. Instead, I hope the government takes measures to educate more people about fake news, using critical thinking and coming to conclusions that benefit all rather than just a few, on their own. I see this as a more permanent solution than giving the power of expression and information to whoever is controlling the regulation. I hope you will keep the Internet as one of the few safe places left , for information, conversation and expression.

Esha Mahadkar

**[email protected]

Sun, May 13, 2020 at 10:17 PM

 

Online space does not require any regulatory bodies. It is the one singular place where free speech happens in its truest form. Being “hopeful” about a regulatory body emerging for social media or any online content portal will actually deprive the online space of any hope at being an actually democratic place. Even trying to define a “line of ethics and code of conduct” for online content is blasphemy. Please, please, please for the love of god leave the online community be.

Tanmay Kale

cubestorme**@gmail.com

Sun, May 13, 2020 at 10:36 PM

 

Totally against the idea of regulations on the internet. It is the only platform where in you could find some useful facts and news which is unbiased (even if you don’t agree, it does put a diversified perspective on any issue, fir or against the government, and which isn’t a paid one, well mostly).

Harsh Bahrey

harsh.bahr**@***sec.net

Sun, May 13, 2020 at 10:43 PM

 

Dear Madam,

This is in regard to your move to introducing content regulations.

Please, don’t bring the same regulations which is currently undertaken for mainstream media ! As, it will not be good for our democracy ! It will restrict the online media to show there narrative ! And, then it will be impossible to differentiate between fake news ! So, I humbly request you to kindly not make any content regulations similar to mainstream for online media. If, you want; than please make strict regulations for hate comments on Social Media, which instigates terrorism, religious debates, bad cringe artists, who make fun of art (give them highest criminal penalties).

Ashwani

orda**@email.com

Sun, May 13, 2020 at 11:31 PM

 

I believe that online media is the only true form of media that exists in our so Called democratic country. If the government is trying to control even the slightest of the content that is being put up online not only does this act take away our freedom of speech but also the right to call our country a Democracy.

Kartik Chhabra

kartikchhabra**@gmail.com

Sun, May 13, 2020 at 11:34 PM

 

The regulations decided by the websites are enough. They are trying to make their filters better and their efforts are much more than an indian government body can effectively do. So do not decrease the limit and variety of content on web media.

Avik Goyal

avik**[email protected]

Mon, May 14, 2020 at 12:20 AM

 

Please dont ruin internet….keep it the way it is …use ur power where it is actually needed.

Ravilla Sekharbabu

shekarnaidu**@gmail.com

Mon, May 14, 2020 at 12:38 AM

 

Please, Don’t put your restrictions on freedom of speech and let the people give their opinion. Don’t state them anti-national as they speak on your mistake. As a Democratic country, we have right to speak or express our views. If we will always start taking useless things like caste, reservation,and past events , then we will not emerge as a developed country. Education, infrastructure,health , corruption, GDP per capita income, human development index , economy, business etc. are important things for development.

Aniket Tandale

aniket280***@gmail.com

Mon, May 14, 2020 at 2:44 AM

 

The internet is not just a place for publishing media, but also a place for other things. While the government’s concern about the published media on the internet has some relevance, I do not think that the internet should be regulated. This move by the government seems overarching and it has a lot of potential to be misused. The internet should remain free because it is the only champion of free speech right now.

Aniruddha S Prasad

aniruddha.asp**@gmail.com

Mon, May 14, 2020 at 4:24 AM

 

Technology and capitalism will get you sooner than later. Move with the times or you will soon lose your relevance.

Divyansh

divyansh.va**@gmail.com
Sat, May 12, 2020 at 3:40 PM

 

We are the worlds largest and most reknowned democracy! Apart from all the daily hardships, Freedom is all we have! Don’t take away the only thing that makes me and many others happy.

Karan Bhandari

karanbhandar***@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 3:58 PM

 

Online media is a platform for everyone. Regulating the online media contemt is directly linked with freedom of speech. Why one can’t express his/her views openly in a space where everyone can listen. Its democratic government’s duty to ensure freedom of speech and i guidelines on online media content are imposed then its definitely not a democracy anymore.

Jagrat Jhamb

jagrat**@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 3:36 PM

 

I’m 18 years old and do not prefer the overdramatic news channels for keeping up with my daily. I instead hop on the internet to know whats actually going on so that I can have my own opinions unlikely the news channels which I think sometimes try play with our minds on a particular topic. It might be dictatorial if you do this which is totally unfair for what we call democracy. Was this what you called “ache din” ?

Ameya Vaidya

ameyavaidy***@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 3:33 PM

 

Internet is the only thing that makes us feels connected to the world, so why restrict that? And how can the government can decide that what is best for us? The government is already banning everything. I’m not surprised by this, and i soooo wish the next election to be held in like next day.

Gajjar Maurya

mdgajja**@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 3:27 PM

 

Considering that those in power have a strong grip over mainstream media, and are able to control how they are portrayed on it, it is convenient for the powerful to wish to bring the only spaces that are capable of presenting counter-narratives on matters that matter under the purview of censorship. However, the internet as a space does not belong to A particular country for them to wish to regulate content on it. Secondly, it might even result in self-censorship of content creators as they would like to only state the things which don’t create trouble for them. Also, such censorship ultimately translates into the curbing of dissent, and would go a long way in shaping public opinion on extremely significant matters in favour of those who hold power. Looking at all these disastrous repercussions, I would like for the internet and its content to be entirely free from regulation and control.

Deepayan Basu Majumdar

deepayanbasu**@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 3:20 PM

 

As a citizen of India, I am raised to believe in a democracy. Hence, I find it difficult to comprehend such a move on the part of the Govt. or even that I should be fighting for my innate right in this age. Imposing regulations for online media is simply unheard of and frankly, it’s telling of the mentality of your Govt. As members elected by the people and for the people, We are standing up for what we collectively want! which is FREEDOM OF SPEECH! This is one of the basic freedoms we as Indian citizens have and it is up to you to uphold these and not curb them. Through Online media, we as citizens of India have the right to be able to express our views on anything even if it means being able to question and hold the elected officials accountable if need be. This is what it truly means to be a peoples Govt. I hope you reverse this decision and start employing your resources to vital and pressing issues.

Karan Ramesh Rao Mane

karanmane**@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 3:09 PM

 

Internet is ought to be a free space, with the government trying to control almost everything in this country, a control over this will ultimately play with our fundamental rights. We don’t want any kind of regulations over the internet.

Devansh Gupta

devansh***@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 3:07 PM

 

This will give too much power to the government. if it goes to wrong hand government can use this tool to control the internet and misuse it to stay in power.

Vaishvik Chaudhari

vaichak**@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 3:05 PM

 

The mainstream media is filled with utter non-sense and biases, only internet provides a platform that doesn’t have non-sense and biases. It even provides voice to the people without power. I agree on the fact that such a powerful tool can be used to do harm (like cyber-bullying, spread hate among communities, fake information) ,but how can Ministry insure that their regulation on Internet would be successful in the intended manner without hurting our freedom of speech. Many countries tried that and failed miserably.

Hrithik Mehta

***[email protected]

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 3:04 PM

 

R we seriously living in the decomcratic country? .. So now the comments or any posts against ruiling parties will be treated as threat. Ruiling parties members can do anything but no one should comment on it because they are goverment. The goverment officials can do anything but we cannot comment. So now onwards the freedom for speech will be only given to those who are either ruiling party members or goverment officials. Right?

Kedar Shanmukhanand Zope

zope.kedar**@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 2:46 PM

 

We are given the right so called “freedom of speech n expression” . Why do u even call it a right when are not privileged to express what we feel. Why should everything be done in the favour of government? Let the people and the internet have their power.

G Gowtham

mail2gowtham**@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 2:35 PM

 

Social media is one of the biggest financial platforms as well as communication networks! Content regulations are bullet holes in the online economy. Thousands of people earn online through ad policies and introduction of content regulations will affect them greatly which will affect the net traffic which will further cause social media companies to shut down which could gradually cause another depression.

Alan Tavares

alan10***[email protected]

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 2:30 PM

 

Internet has been the only place where opinions from all sides of the spectrum are shared. Regulating and encroaching on this platform will deprive everyone of different views from each side of the table. It is what, more often than not, solves the problem of mainstream media such as biased opinions,etc because everyone can have a say and counter each statement or opinion. Encroaching on the freedom of internet will deprive millions of something which is their right, to know what is happening, actually happenong in the society.

Pruthvi Patel

ppruthvipp***@gmail.com

Sat, May 12, 2020 at 2:18 PM

 

Content regulation on the Internet only leads to leftist/biased news outlets (see America for reference) and the uproaring of useless organisations such as the Karni Sena or the Ricky Gervais’ case because it is clear that the Government do not refer to the context unless it is brought to the International stage, especially the Indian politicians on political/religious views on the Internet.

Chaitanya Singh

ythegrea***@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 2:50 PM

 

The utter ignorance and stupidity of mainstream media has always been deplorable. Therefore, The youth of this nation have never been interested in news untill new and innovative platforms popped up on the internet which do have the courage to scrutinize every step of the government and evaluate to what extent their policies might affect the common lives. Also the occasional and witty satires of some very creative people calling out the bigotry in our administrative machinery in the form of homophobia, patriarchy, racism and astrology (which the mainstream media seems to promote) is also worth noticing. This move of the government not only aims to drag our social structure considerably away from the possibility of freedom of expressions but also aims to stop any possibility of free thinking and discourages our ability to form our own opinions and choose the contents on the internet on our own terms. It is not very unclear for the rather educated part of the young generation to understand the underlying motive of the government which is to fabricate a class of individuals who are ready to believe any form of personal opinions and garbage shouted at them, like that nano chip in the new notes, stairways to the heaven, existence of Ashwatthama, maut Ka bathtub, some regular Hindu Muslim hatred, how the UN is so impressed by our government, how close our PM and the Israeli PM are and a gazillion of other stuffs by our very favourite embedded media. Trust me when I say this, the youth of this nation are far more aware of their political, social and existential state than they have ever been. This force is more powerful than the regular forces that you face. So, at the end of it all, your authority over our liberty is what we call out.

Anawil Tiwari

beinganawi**@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 2:35 PM

 

There are several concerns with creating regulations for online media platforms.

First, the sheer impossibility of deciding the kind of entities that should fall under the jurisdiction of the regulator. Countries have tried and failed in providing a broad-based definition for determining their jurisdiction over the internet. The nature of these entities cannot but be decided on an individual basis, that is if at all there is a working definition. An exercise too inefficient and cumbersome for a body which seeks to regulate content.

Secondly, even if they the committee does come up with a definition, the purpose of regulating these entities is unclear if not politically motivated. Traditional media is not regulated with any specific regulation, and any issue associated with them is dealt with under general laws like the IPC, CrPC, etc.

Vishal Rakhecha

vishalrakhech***@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 2:12 PM

 

We Live In A Democratic Country, Our Lives Are Not Determined By The People In Power. Internet Is A Platform Where We As A Citizen Can Express Our Views. The Government Has Always Tried To Control People But Today We Stand Together So Be Aware Of Our Democratic Power.

Nishan Thool

nishan.thoo**@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 2:11 PM

 

Considering that those in power have a strong grip over mainstream media, and are able to control how they are portrayed on it, it is convenient for the powerful to wish to bring the only spaces that are capable of presenting counter-narratives on matters that matter under the purview of censorship. However, the internet as a space does not belong to A particular country for them to wish to regulate content on it. Secondly, it might even result in self-censorship of content creators as they would like to only state the things which don’t create trouble for them. Also, such censorship ultimately translates into the curbing of dissent, and would go a long way in shaping public opinion on extremely significant matters in favour of those who hold power. Looking at all these disastrous repercussions, I would like for the internet and its content to be entirely free from regulation and control. Let’s stop hounding people for having a different perspective on things.

Simran

simranchah***@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 2:09 PM

 

As a citizen of India, I am raised to believe in a democracy. Hence, I find it difficult to comprehend such a move on the part of the Govt. or even that I should be fighting for my innate right in this age. Imposing regulations for online media is simply unheard of and frankly, it’s telling of the mentality of your Govt. As members elected by the people and for the people, We are standing up for what we collectively want! which is FREEDOM OF SPEECH! This is one of the basic freedoms we as Indian citizens have and it is up to you to uphold these and not curb them. Through Online media, we as citizens of India have the right to be able to express our views on anything even if it means being able to question and hold the elected officials accountable if need be. This is what it truly means to be a peoples Govt. I hope you reverse this decision and start employing your resources to vital and pressing issues.

Thank you

Wavelee Monserrate

wavel***@gmail.com

 

We should have the right to say whatever we want to say. As we live in India, People should be able to access and share whatever they feel right. Let everyone speak freely. This will give us a freedom to grow and make this country better in many ways. We don’t need someone who tell us what we have to do or need to do, free unbiased communication can lead us to speak out whatever we want in some cases.

Kushal Narayan Biswas

akashbisw***@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 2:02 PM

 

It is a highly non democratic to introduce online content regulations since it directly opposes one’s freedom of speech. India should never shift to autocracy from democracy and thus to do so, the people of India should always have the right to express themselves without any governmental boundaries, be it online or offline. Please refrain from doing anything which might hurt the democracy.

Ayishik Nandy

alf***@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 2:02 PM

 

Please dont curb the freedom on the online space as that is the only place where an individual /content creater/media houses can put out content that they feel like. Please dont make india a country with monotonous views and opinions by promoting government’s agendas.

Meet Dabhi

**[email protected]

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 2:02 PM

 

Regulating online media is a threat to the freedom of expression, a tenet enshrined in the Indian Constitution. It will prevent free access to information for people.

Nishtha Gupta

nishthagupta***@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 1:47 PM

 

Dear sir/ma’am,

Online content is the equivalent of personal content (blogs are a necessity for mental health, I promise you). It’s always about how one chooses to use it. There are plenty of things in the world that are perhaps genuinely harmful if not used correctly, but not all of them can be controlled. Controlling the impact of internet use will not only do zilch in safeguarding evils like fake news, but will also seriously hinder humans’ way of being their most natural self. Please don’t do this. The internet is not spoiling kids today; bad parenting is. Believe me, I’m a Psychologist.

Divya Mukhopadhyay

ddia**@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 1:36 PM

 

We all would like to believe that the Indian Goverment has not forgotten the grounds and ideals with which it was created. A democracy denotes that each branch of the goverment, has the power to stop another branch from going corrupt. It also denotes that the People in the democracy have the power to effect the goverment. It may be a flawed system, but by cutting down the People’s freedom of speech, you will only exacerberate any problems. Not to mention the future problems you are inadvertnatly causing. You may make this descision now thinking of fake new, or of bad reports and such, but in the future, someone may come into power, that takes advantage of the silence. And by that time, it will be much too late to change anything. So, as a nation, we implore you to change your descision.

Prisha Warikoo

prishaw**@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 1:06 PM

 

If this is done there won’t be any faith left in any type of media for the general public. Yes, maybe our parents will not have any problems due to this or they might not even know or care about the consequences, but our generation is not up for it cause it deprives general people from “altered” truth. So please consider this petition. And let there be no content regulations so as to give people the REAL freedom of showing what actually is happening around!

Naman Kumar Singh

namansingh***@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 1:01 PM

 

Before I begin, I will make a quick reference to how the human brain perceives the world and the workings of order and chaos on society and individual. Restricting content regulation can retard the development of a free society. It may even result in an absolute collapse of social hierarchy which will lead to a morbid and chaotic state.

The world is full of unknowns and brain with its two hemispheres tries to collectively process information and assumptions to fill the gaps in our understanding to live a sustainable life. So the unknowns can be defined as a chaos and the known as the order.

The left hemisphere of our brain makes the hypothesis/assumptions of the world and the right hemisphere notes down the actual deviations of the hypothesis from reality. When we sleep both the hemispheres communicate with each other and improves our understanding of the world. The process is what we see in our dreams. And lack of proper sleep makes a person chaotic and less productive as the hemispheres were no longer able to communicate and process information.

Similarly, human civilizations and free societies(state) are based on the foundations and presuppositions of the past. The state has a tyrannical element which is caused due to the deviations of the present from the past. And as these deviations increase the state becomes more tyrannical and corrupt. Which is counterproductive and a contradiction to the purpose of the state and the upliftment of its citizens and the society.

The way to reduce these deviations is through awareness and industriousness, which can be achieved by the process of communication, interpretation, spread, and access to knowledge and communication. The internet is the biggest source of knowledge and information.

Therefore by restricting the use and regulating information on the internet results in a bias in the information being available to the public, which further increases the tyrannical and corrupt aspect of the state.

Since the content being regulated can result in the spread of false information, bias in the information being released, restricting citizens and intellectuals of the state to process, interpret and criticize the contents of the information.

The selective bias in the information can result in ideas/idealogue proposed by the state to be mandatory for citizens without it being criticized by the citizens or any consent given by the citizens. It is counterproductive for the individual as well as the development of the state and its society.

Therefore there should not be any content regulations for online/social media. The Internet is a platform and should be treated as such. The state should not have the authority or powers to regulate the content as the society does not own the internet and is not or should never be as a collective be responsible as a collective for the content being uploaded and published by any individual. The move should be revoked.

Karan Menon

karanmenon**@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 12:52 PM

 

Regulation of online content will be a disaster of a tremendous magnitude and will affect a lot of people, maybe worse than demonetization.

Ankit

ankitdel***@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 12:43 PM

 

I am not an Indian.

I send this message to you as a human being fighting for the right of people all around the world. Freedom of Speech has turned into such a hollow expression that it no more holds the sense of equality it once did. The people who made it discreetly takes it away from us, telling us it exists when in reality it is long gone and we’ve become puppets of the societal norms.

It’s time there is a change and the change begins here and right now.

Give us the freedom to bleed our thoughts without the content being flagged or removed. Give us the freedom we deserve. Give us our freedom of speech.

Lamia Fahmida Rahim

lamiafahmida***@gmail.com

 

Given the outbreak of fake news and serious repercussions it may pose to mass hysteria and national security, regulations at first seems a great idea, but looking at bigger picture it’s losses outweigh the benefits furthermore it open the floodgates for all kinds of regulation. Internet is the place where everyone is equal and has right to speak even however ludicrous, idiotic and offensive it may be, that’s what makes the internet what it is. Look at the Vox Media group over at USA, they represent what internet journalism could one day be, if there were regulations over it, there would be no Vox. “The need for security shouldn’t take away our freedom”.

Kapil Kalra

kapil.kalra***@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 12:29 PM

 

It is a ridiculous and bizarre idea to introduce content regulations in internet. One fact that the government must understand (by putting away personal stakes of the party that they represent) that in internet, unlike the traditional broadcasting methods we see what we want to see. Contents or news does not get delivered to us on their own, we “choose” to see them. And barring the contents with regulations is a direct act of violation of freedom.

Ushnish Chatterjee

ushnishchatterje***@gmail. com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 12:28 PM

 

Please regulate online content because it is spreading hate all over without any fear so it needs to be stopped.

Rihan Ahammed

rihanahmed81*@gmail.com

Fri, May 11, 2020 at 12:23 PM

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Sudarsha
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Sudarsha

All I can say is, think before acting. If you create a law to put everyone spreading fake news behind the bars, who will run this country?

Ravi Ghaghada
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Ravi Ghaghada

This sounds like The Ministry from Harry Potter. Since they solely regulated all information, people didn’t know a thing about Voldemort (evil) and Harry Potter (the good guy) was portrayed as a criminal.

A book for kids explains why regulating information is bad. Seriously, a book for kids.

Yet here we are…

Anawil Tiwari
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Anawil Tiwari

It is the best and the most dominant analogy I have heard in years. Hats off man, you really tickled my potterhead nerves..

Aryan Parekh
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Aryan Parekh

Completely absurd and autocratic, regulations are not what we want. India is a democracy and we appreciate our freedom of speech. I belive that by protecting our right we can effectively protect ourselves from complete ruin and disaster. The regulations are to me a joke on the people of India and are completely disgusting, they should not be implemented.

Aryan Parekh
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Aryan Parekh

Believe* … See for example some government after the regulations are in place decides that people who make spelling mistakes are to be executed then I would have died!

Pradul Sharma
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Pradul Sharma

It’s time to effectively police social media and throw people who post wrong things into jail for 10 years. Many people write whatever they feel like on Facebook saying it’s my wall, I’ll write what I want. Guess what, it may be your wall, but this wall is in India, and government of India has full rights to decide what will be written on the wall or not. At a minimum, if anyone is caught sharing a wrong or disrespectful post, they should be banned for life from getting a phone connection or ever using the Internet again.

Vikrant Gurumurthy
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Vikrant Gurumurthy

Who will decide what is a disrespectful post? Some bureaucrats in the government? How will they decide this? This is a recipe for disaster. It will turn our country into a North Korea. Please stop advocating such absolute nonsense.

Gagan Deep
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Gagan Deep

Whistle blowers will be first targeted then.

Sasanka Sekhar Ganguly
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Sasanka Sekhar Ganguly

Wrong and right are relative concepts. What is wrong to one may be right to another. On the internet there is complete freedom. Anyone can post anything. If you find something wrong or disrespectful just ignore it. And for your kind information the wall you are talking about here is not in India but on the internet. The internet is a free place and the government has no right to decide what will be written on the wall. It is because of idiots like you that India is in such a horrible state

Rana Jayant
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Rana Jayant

You have no idea what you are talking about. social media sites like facebook has already implemented algorithm which automatically finds obscene content, hate speech, any content which shouldn’t be on facebook, It’s not just Facebook but almost any social media. Get aware of these things before you start promoting your small mindset.

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