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Vote Against Internet Censorship Law

by izhar last modified Jul 07, 2012 12:21 AM

Ask your MP to vote against the Internet Censorship Law on May 11

Last year the government passed a new Internet censorship law that:

  • Allows anyone to censor any material from the Internet within 36 hours, even if it is not illegal in India.
  • Does not give the person whose website or content has been removed any chance to object.
  • Does not let the government and the public to know what content has been censored on what websites.

 

P. Rajeeve, a Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha, has introduced a motion asking for this law to be scrapped and this motion is coming up for debate on May 11.

This motion will be taken up on May 11 in the Rajya Sabha, and will need the support of the majority of both Houses to be passed.

Tell your MP to represent you and vote against the Internet censorship law. Make your voice heard.

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Your letter will also be sent to the following people:
  • J. Satyanarayana (Secretary, DIT)
  • Gulshan Rai (Group Head, Cyberlaw Group, DIT)
  • Dr. Manmohan Singh (Prime Minister)
  • Kapil Sibal (Minister for Communications & IT)
  • Sachin Pilot (Minister of State for Communications & IT)
  • Milind Deora (Minister of State for Communications & IT)
Sincerely,
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