Section 66 A of the IT Act Scrapped down by the SC

The Supreme Court of the nation, giving a noteworthy decision on Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, pronounced it illegal, and furthermore dropped the land. The court articulated the decision saying that this segment of the IT Act is infringing upon Article 19 (1) A of the Constitution, which gives the right to the right to speak freely of discourse and articulation to each resident of the nation.

The court said that Section 66A is an infringement of the essential right to opportunity of articulation. After the Supreme Court’s structure,

Nobody will be captured for posting any post via web-based networking media stages like Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, WhatsApp. Prior, under Section 66A,

the police reserved the option to capture anybody based on what was composed on the Internet.

Area Section 66A of the IT Act was tested in the petitions documented in the Supreme Court of the nation.

Solicitor Shreya Singhal named the Supreme Court’s choice as a significant triumph, saying that the pinnacle court has maintained individuals’ entitlement to the right to speak freely of discourse and articulation.

Written by Ojasvi Taak

His name is Ojasvi Taak, currently pursuing law in his final year of the B.A.LL.B (H) integrated course. He wants to write and is inclined towards journalism and studies law to gain an insight of what makes the world, the way it is.

He is a product of multilingual north indian cultures and believes in not restricting oneself in one colour. An avid reader of indian history and philosophy, always tries to make sense of what was and what is. He thinks he can create art in the form of sketches and painting. He is always open to expand his horizons and is also a lover of travel. He wants to use his voice to make people aware about their rights.

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