Freedom of speech andexpression - Acritical study
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PULIPATI SARAT BABU
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The face book posting against the Bandh” in Mumbai on the death of sena supremo Bal thakere and a tweet on the alleged corruption charges against karthi chindabaram had virtually lead to the demand for scrapping of sec. 66 A of IT Act which was primarily meant for protecting the misuse of freedom of speech. Though the apex court struck down sec. 66 partially the debate is on whether to retain or regulate the provision with certain conditions. in view of this fact article intends to focus on the constitutionality of sec. 66A and significance of freedom of speech in the light of case law and draw conclusions in this regard.
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Unique Paper ID: 154547

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 11

Page(s): 501 - 505
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