[Manila Principles] Victory for Manila Principles

Prasanth Sugathan prasanth at softwarefreedom.in
Tue Mar 24 02:08:52 PDT 2015

This is the link to the judgment,


Warm regards 


On 24 March 2015 14:16:20 GMT+08:00, "James S. Tyre" <jstyre at eff.org> wrote:
>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
>10736 Jefferson Blvd., #512
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>jstyre at jstyre.com
>Special Counsel, Electronic Frontier Foundation
>From: ManilaPrinciples
>[mailto:manilaprinciples-bounces+jstyre=eff.org at eff.org] On Behalf Of
>Sent: Monday, March 23, 2015 11:11 PM
>To: manilaprinciples at eff.org
>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!  
>Park Kyung-sin (“K.S.”) 박경신
>Professor, Korea University School of Law 고려대학교 법학전문대학원 교수
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>Director, Litigation, Open Net (사)오픈넷 공익소송이사 www.opennet.or.kr
>kyungsinpark at korea.ac.kr    blog.naver.com/kyungsinpark 
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>+82 10 8809 4057

Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.
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