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Twitter replied in court, ‘I have made interim CCO, will try to make regular appointment in 8 weeks’

Twitter said it has appointed an interim Chief Compliance Officer (COO), effective July 6.

Twitter India: Twitter on Thursday told the Delhi High Court that it has appointed an interim Chief Compliance Officer, who is a resident of India, and will try to make regular appointments to the post in eight weeks as per the new information technology rules. The site, which is used for short comment exchange, said it has appointed an interim Chief Compliance Officer (COO), effective July 6, and informed the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (IT). has been added.Also Read – New IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said amid controversies with Twitter – ‘Everyone has to follow the law of the country’

Twitter has filed an affidavit in this regard following the July 6 order of the High Court. Justice Rekha Palli will soon hear a petition filed by Twitter claiming non-compliance with the Centre’s new IT rules. The affidavit said, “Twitter has publicly posted job announcement for CCO as a regular employee and is currently accepting applications. Twitter will make sincere efforts to offer any eligible candidate for appointment to this position within eight weeks.” Also Read – Donald Trump will file suit against Facebook, Twitter and Google, unfairly banned me

It also said that Twitter is in the process of appointing an Indian resident as its Interim Grievance Officer and is expected to complete the process on or before July 11. As soon as possible, new information will be posted on his ‘Help Page’. Also Read – 5G Case: Delhi High Court gives Juhi Chawla a week’s time to pay a fine of Rs 20 lakh

“In the meantime, the interim Indian Grievance Officer is being performed by a Grievance Officer and will continue to do so till the appointment is made,” the social media company said. Twitter also said that it is in the process of appointing a nodal liaison officer within two weeks on an interim basis and within eight weeks on a regular basis. The High Court had on July 6 asked Twitter to inform it by July 8 as to when it would appoint an Indian Grievance Officer as per the new IT rules.

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