MeitY warns X, YouTube, Telegram: ‘Remove Child Sexual Abuse Material’

The biggest action has been recently taken. In this article, you are going to read the biggest shocking and breaking news. Now Meity has given a warning to Twitter (X), Telegram, and YouTube. Meity has warned these platforms and has said that they are going to take big action against those platforms if they do not remove the child sexual content. This notice has showcased the importance of the permanent removal or disabling of access to any CSAM on their respective platforms. This notice was issued on 6th October 2023, Friday. To know everything about this action taken by Meity read this article till the last.


On 6th October 2023, Friday the government issued an official notice against the social media companies which include Twitter (X), Telegram, and YouTube. The government has given a warning to these social media platforms. This notice has been issued to remove the $exual abuse content from their platform. They have clearly stated that if they do not remove this content they are going to face some legal action. This is a clear state warning to all three social media platforms. As we all know $exual content on these platforms is too much and it should not be tolerated more than there are child $exual abuse content is present on these platforms.

The minister of state for skill development and entrepreneurship and electronics and IT, Rajeev Chandrasekhar gave a statement on 6th October 2023, Friday. In the statement he clearly stated that they have sent notices to Twitter (X), telegram, and YouTube regarding that there should not be any Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) on their platforms. The government wants to build a strong and safe internet as per the IT rules. The IT rules under the IT Act lay down strict expectations from the internet which they should not allow criminal or any harmful posts on social media platforms.

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It has been stated that if Twitter (X), YouTube, and Telegram did not remove the Child Abuse Sexual content so under section 79 of the IT Act would be carried out and consequences under the Indian law are going to be followed. The spokesperson of YouTube claimed that they have a zero-tolerance policy on child sexual abuse content. they have invested in new technology and a team to fight against child sexual abuse and they are going to remove the child sexual abuse material as soon as possible. And till now Twitter (X) and Telegram haven’t given any response.

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