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Save Culture Save Bharat foundation asks govt to ban X, Netflix

New Delhi, June 18 (UNI) As the government is in process to finalize “Digital India” Bill, Save Culture Save Bharat foundation has urged the Centre to ban social media platforms like ‘X’ and Netflix for Violations of POCSO Act, 2012 & other laws of the land by beaming devastating Sexually Explicit Content and waging a war against India’s culture & character.
“Proposed Digital India Bill must include provisions for an immediate ban on sexually perverted content…” it said adding the Government of India should also enact a Law of Ethics Code for all AV platforms and float a National Content Control Authority with judicial or quasi-judicial powers to make India the world’s first sexually perverted content free nation.
This comes in the wake of the government's plans to introduce the Digital India Bill to check AI-generated deepfake videos.
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Foreign relations definitely not a state subject: MEA on Kerala appointing 'foreign secretary'

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MEA says it received protest note from Bangladesh on Mamata Banerjee offering shelter

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EAM meets counterparts from Philippines, Norway, Cambodia on sidelines of ASEAN meetings

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India targets Canada for double standards on freedom of expression

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25 Jul 2024 | 7:09 PM

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