Postpone meeting with Government to tackle Online Crimes, Twitter asks Madras HCMay 21 2019
After the Madras High Court directed that a meeting be convened between law enforcement agencies and social media companies to discuss ways to tackle online crime, Twitter has sought for a time extension to conduct the same.
In an affidavit filed by Paul Alsdorf, the authorised signatory for Twitter, the company has expressed difficulties in sending a suitable representative to attend the meeting on . . .
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