Pacific group medical association liquidating trust
"The government has refused to amend Section 66(A) of the IT Act which is used to curb free speech on the net," said Guild chief TN Ninan who moderated the debate.
"The question is what are the legitimate limits of free speech rather than asking for unlimited speech," said Ash.
Therefore, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that this appeal is dismissed for lack of appellate jurisdiction.
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The new draft of the treaty sets out general principles for ensuring the free flow of information around the world, and includes new provisions emphasising efforts to assist developing countries and the right to freedom of expression over ICT networks, and promote accessibility of ICT technologies for persons with disabilities.
The treaty also contains a resolution to create a single global number for access to emergency services, and new text mandating greater transparency in the prices set for mobile roaming.