New Delhi: Social media platforms are not taking the name of easing the difficulties of Twitter. Delhi Police has now filed an application in the court seeking action against Twitter founder Jack Dorsi (Jack Dorsey) and former Twitter India CEO Manish Maheshwari (Manish Maheshwari).
Meanwhile, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has also filed an affidavit in the Delhi High Court seeking to make Twitter a party in a case. The case is content related to child (Child Porn) on Twitter. Delhi Police has registered an FIR against Twitter in the case. The FIR also cites a complaint that explains how the co-founder of a fact check website exploited the minor girl online. Delhi Police in its application explained how Twitter did not even provide information about the account when account information was sought.
The whole case relates to a complaint by NCPCR accusing Twitter of misleading him. NCPCR had argued that there are many links related to children and the dark web on Twitter. When summoned by Twitter officials in the case, Twitter responded by saying that Twitter India and Twitter Inc. are two separate companies. It also said that Twitter does not control any content on the website.