Twitter India Summoned to Appear Before DCW on September 26 Over Objectionable Content

The Delhi Fee for Ladies (DCW) has summoned Twitter India and Delhi Police officers over alleged movies of kid pornography and rape being shared on the social media platform. DCW took suo moto cognizance of a number of alleged tweets on the social media platform Twitter displaying little one pornography.

“Movies of kid pornography have been shared on Twitter and have been offered for Rs. 20. Twitter is but to delete them and report it additional. We have now summoned the pinnacle of Twitter India and have sought a report. We have now additionally summoned Delhi Police and have sought quick motion,” DCW chief Swati Maliwal advised ANI.

DCW mentioned these tweets are overtly depicting movies and images of sexual acts involving youngsters.

In its letter to Twitter India and Delhi Police, the Fee mentioned, “A few of the twitter accounts participating in these legal acts seem like working a racket whereby they search cash for offering pornographic and rape movies of kids and ladies from different customers of the social media platform,” mentioned DCW.

The Fee claimed there seems to be a whole bunch of such objectionable movies on the social media platform that are overtly displaying little one pornography and rape movies of girls and youngsters.

DCW mentioned it’s deeply distressing that such unlawful acts involving sexual abuse of kids and younger ladies are being publicised overtly by the social media platform Twitter.

The Fee mentioned it needs to determine the steps being taken by Twitter to forestall such “filthy and outrightly legal acts” being propagated by its medium in addition to the methods in place within the platform to instantly report the identical to regulation enforcement businesses.

“Now subsequently you’re hereby summoned to look earlier than the Fee for the aim aforementioned on September 26. When you fail to adjust to this order with out lawful excuse, you’ll be subjected to the results of non-attendance as offered in regulation,” said DCW.

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