SC Daily Update: Section 66A, Justice Indira Banerjee’s Constitution Benches
Today the SC directed the Union to submit a report on which State governments were non-compliant with the SC's Judgment Shreya Singhal.
6th Sep 2022More
Monthly Review: July 2021
The Supreme Court made important decisions on land acquisition,and dismissed the review petition against the Maratha judgment.
1st Aug 2021More
Section 66A: The Dead Law That Still Haunts India
In 2015, the Supreme Court declared Section 66A of the IT Act unconstitutional. In 2021, it continues to be used to arrest people.
26th Jul 2021More
The Phantom of the IT Act
DESK BRIEF: S 66A, has been struck down but continues to be used, reminiscent of Memo 618 in 'The Good Fight'.
19th Jul 2021More
Implementation of S.66A IT Act
People's Union for Civil Liberties v Union of India
A three-judge Bench will issue further directions to ensure implementation of the judgment in Shreya Singhal v Union of India, which declared Section 66(A) of the Information Technology Act, 2000 (the IT Act) unconstitutional. Through its Orders in this case, the Court must ensure that citizens are not jailed under a law that has already been held unconstitutional.More
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Bench:U.U. Lalit CJI, S.R. Bhat J, Ajay Rastogi JMore