[Manila Principles] Victory for Manila Principles
James S. Tyre
jstyre at eff.org
Mon Mar 23 23:16:20 PDT 2015
Yes. The decision is not yet on the court site, but an article is at http://bit.ly/18U59Cb (I assume there are other articles, but had this one open already in a browser.)
James S. Tyre
Law Offices of James S. Tyre
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Special Counsel, Electronic Frontier Foundation
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Cc: Prasanth Sugathan; 'Mishi Choudhary'
Subject: [Manila Principles] Victory for Manila Principles
The Indian Supreme Court just came down in favor of free speech just now, according to Prasanth, now requiring court orders to force intermediaries to take down third party content. This decision strengthens, and puts into reality, our Principle II. Good job, Prasanth and Mishi of Software Freedom Law Center!
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