Delhi HC expresses dissatisfaction over Twitter's non-compliance with the new IT rules

  • The Delhi High Court voiced its unhappiness with Twitter Inc's appointment of a "contingent worker" as chief compliance officer (CCO) on Wednesday, stating that the microblogging platform was in violation of the new Information Technology (IT) guidelines.

  • While the requirements required Twitter to nominate a top managerial person or a senior employee as CCO, the company acknowledged in its declaration that it had hired a "contingent worker" through a third-party contractor.

  • The court said that Twitter's affidavit was unacceptably vague and ordered it to follow the regulations to the letter.

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