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Twitter flashes, to appoint officers as required by law | India News


NEW DELHI: The governmentIt is possible that the nasty fight with Twitter over the new IT Rules almost ended with the American microblogging giant reportedly agreeing to make key appointments in accordance with legal requirements. The officers would be based in India, although they are likely to be employees of the parent company (headquarters) rather than the Indian operations, top sources said. YOU.
Twitter is believed to have communicated its will to the government through an official communication, although it is unclear how long / relaxation the company has sought to name the officers who were originally supposed to be on duty by May 26.
Sources said the company now appears to have softened again after receiving a green signal from US headquarters regarding the controversial issue of the appointment of three statutory officials.
When contacted, Twitter did not confirm, but said: “We have assured the Government of India that Twitter is doing its best to comply with the new Guidelines, and an overview of our progress has been duly shared. We will continue our constructive dialogue with the Government of India. ” The company’s action comes after the government warned it on Saturday of the “consequences” of the IPC, asking it to comply with legal provisions.

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