Twitter on Friday said it "stands prepared" to work with the Parliamentary Standing Committee on IT on safeguarding citizens' rights online, even as the panel categorically told the microblogging platform that rule of the land is supreme and not the company's policies.
New Delhi: The Parliamentary Committee on Information Technology has issued summons to officials of Facebook and Twitter for January 21, to question them over misuse of the social media/online news platforms. The schedule of meeting on the Lok Sabha website read: “Evidence of representatives of Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology and to hear the […]
Bhubaneswar: The Central government Friday night announced the constitution of various parliamentary panels and standing committees for the newly constituted 17th Lok Sabha. After the Lok Sabha Secretariat updated the details of the same, it was found that two crucial parliamentary panels, the standing committees on finance and external affairs, which were headed by Congress […]