Online freedom of speech under threat in India | DW News

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In a new social media law the Indian government requires platforms to name a legally accountable representative and to release dissident users’ data. WhatsApp has filed a lawsuit in Delhi against the Indian government seeking to block regulations coming into force on Wednesday that experts say would compel Facebook’s messaging app to break privacy protections. The ongoing farmers’ protests are a main battleground in the conflict.

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