WhatsApp has filed a legal complaint against the Indian government in the capital Delhi for blocking the rules that came into force on Wednesday. Experts say that these rules force Facebook’s subsidiary to break privacy protection. A report of the agency, citing sources, says that in this case, the Delhi High Court has recommended that one of these new rules declare a violation of privacy rights in the Constitution of India, because it involves social The media asks the authorities to identify the “first originator of information” on demand.
News agency Reuters report quoted sources as saying that the social media giant Facebook’s subsidiary and the world’s No. 1 instant messaging platform, WhatsApp, has legalized blocking the rules against the Indian government in the Delhi High Court on Wednesday. Has filed a complaint. The report says that WhatsApp has described one of these new rules as a violation of privacy rights in the Constitution of India.
As per the law, WhatsApp is required to give information only to those who have been accused of wrongdoing, but the company says that it cannot do so. The platform says that because the company says that the messages are encrypted end-to-end, WhatsApp has to break the encryption of the recipients as well as the senders in order to comply with the law, and somewhere the company can use it as a privacy Considers against The company says that breaking encryption to trace chats is like violating people’s right to privacy.
However, please also tell that Reuters has been unable to confirm whether WhatsApp has filed this complaint or not and there is no information about when the court will hear this complaint. Sources aware of the case have refused to reveal the identity due to the sensitivity of the case.
There can be no denying that the dispute between the government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Marendra Modi) and other global tech companies including Facebook, Google parent company Alphabet and Twitter is increasing. Recently, the police has also increased the heat by putting red on Twitter’s office.
The government has pressured the tech companies to remove not only the post described as misinformation on the COVID-19 pandemic, but also the criticisms about the government’s work in this difficult time.