In response to 'Manipulated Media', Twitter broke silence, then said 'freedom of expression.. '

New Delhi: Twitter has expressed concern over the "use of intimidation tactics by the police" in response to the Bjp leader tagging the "manipulated media" in his tweet, saying it is concerned about the potential threat to the safety of employees and freedom of expression in India. At the same time, Twitter said it will try to follow the laws applicable in India to continue its services in the country.

The microblogging site said it plans to advocate an amendment to elements of IT rules that ''prevent free and open public interaction". Twitter said, "At present, we are concerned about recent incidents regarding our employees in India and the potential threat to freedom of expression of our users". A Twitter spokesperson said, "Along with many people from civil society in India and all over the world, we are concerned about the use of police intimidation tactics. ''

Twitter has said it is committed to the principles of transparency, strengthening every voice and protecting freedom of expression and privacy by staying within the ambit of the law. The Special Cell of Delhi Police had on Monday sent a notice to Twitter India regarding investigation of a complaint regarding the alleged 'covid toolkit'. Two police teams were also seen at Twitter offices in Delhi's Lado Sarai and Gurugram.

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