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The point, though, is that in the offline world including the print and electronic media there are ombudsmen and courts to regulate the media and rap on the knuckles those who stray from the straight and narrow. But the Internet has no boundaries, and jurisdictions are blurred. In many cases, the servers of the "offending" ISPs are in the US. So all that governments can do is to block the site at the ISP level (they can't block individual links) for a short while.
They would get off the hook only if they prove that the offence or contravention was committed without their knowledge, or that they had exercised due Prada Wallet Gold diligence to prevent its commission. Its then country manager, Avnish Bajaj, was arrested and later released on bail, but not before his arrest triggered a diplomatic spat between the US and India, and a host of media debates.
Meanwhile, the new kid on the Internet block, the Web 2.0 phenomenon wherein users can generate and Burberry Backpack Fake
This is hard to buy because India is adding around 7.5 million cellular phones every month (30 40 per cent of which allow for web surfing, and Web 2.0 activities like m blogging). Moreover, a single post from the current 35 40 million users may be picked up by search engines like Google and Yahoo and accessed by millions of other users both nationally and internationally.
Hence, websites do need regulation, as well as checks and balances in their internal structures, especially given their exponential reach. However, considering the fact that there has not been a single conviction under Section 79 of the Indian IT Act, 2000, in the last seven years, it may be safe to assume that political rhetoric on controlling the Net will be tempered by the voices of millions of Internet users.
upload content directly onto websites is adding to the confusion. How does an ISP monitor the uploading of content by millions of users to, say, an orkut, Rediff, Facebook or Youtube? It is also argued that there are only 35 40 million net users in India, so let the industry grow and settle down before Burberry Check Backpack
The Internet continues to pose a challenge to Internet service providersand policy regulators. For the last seven years, Section 79 of the IT Act, 2000, stipulated that ISPs will be liable for third party content (misuse) made available by them.
social networking site), are only cases in point of the unsavoury side of the Net. However, there are hundreds of other examples where the Net has highlighted the darker side of governments, too.
setting such stiff regulations in place.
It is this exponential power of the Internet that scares governments. The video clip (from YouTube) of Mahatma Gandhi doing a pole dance, and the virtual burning of the Indian flag on Orkut (again a Google owned Burberry Travel Pouch
China, for instance, made Yahoo part with user data and blocked Wikipedia, while YouTube was blocked by Iran and was recently blocked by most of Brazil's operators in response to a judicial order banning a steamy video of supermodel Daniela Cicarelli till it removed the clip and tendered an apology.
Matters have got only more complicated since then. The amendments (which, among others, suggested that ISPs should no longer be liable for third party content) proposed to the IT Act were referred to a select committee of Parliament, which has upheld that Section 79 does make sense. The government now has to decide on its course of action.
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