Twitter Appoints US Employee As Grievance Officer Amid Row With Centre
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Twitter Appoints US Employee As Grievance Officer Amid Row With Centre

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June 28, 2021

In the midst of a battle with the government, Twitter has appointed Global Legal Policy Director Jeremy Kessel as the grievance officer for India to follow the centre's new rules for social networking websites. The new rules, however, require an Indian resident for the role.


New Delhi, 28 June 2021

As per news report of NDTV, This comes a day after the social media giant's interim grievance redressal officer in the country, appointed less than a month ago, resigned amid the firm's months-long feud with the government. Twitter had told the Delhi High Court on May 31 it was appointing Dharmendra Chatur, partner at a law firm that represented Twitter, as the interim officer for the role. But the centre had said it could not accept the appointment of outsiders to statutory posts. Mr Chatur resigned on Sunday.

Source -NDTV

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