India Supports Active Human Rights for Government and Religious Freedom
"For India’s more than 100 million Internet users, the government says, U.S. Internet standards are not acceptable," as quoted from the Washington Post. India's government is prepared to prosecute, claiming evidence acquired against 21 sites for offenses of “promoting enmity between classes and causing prejudice to national integration.”
For India's more than 1.2 billion people, healthy standards of traditional religious teachings meet the obligation to support international and social political leanings in the desire to foster global awareness for cultural distinction and class. Current internet acceptability practices and standards for usage across borders have no clear understanding that what is being said or done as a result of free speech policy could demonstrate harm in class systems which are not protected by a global policy. The idea that internet usage is a forum for credible opinion may create an apparent need to treat internet usage as a right with obvious and clear personal responsibility so that all users are made safe and non-threatened, independent of location.
India's government requests that websites encourage better behavior and richer discretionary diplomacy behaviors while participating in a forum with such political girth. The decision to prosecute certain US offenders seems obvious, since these firms were established under US interests and for the critical use according to US standards, initially.
Google India has claimed cooperation with India's request, and says that it has removed pages potentially offensive in support of the argument for usage positioning, and that it will remove and police anything that violates local law, and also anything that is contrary or offensive within its own policies of use or falls short of its standards of participation.
“There is no question of any censorship,” says India's Communications Minister, Sachin Pilot, “They all have to operate within the laws of the country. There must be responsible behavior on both sides. Anyone hurt by online content should be able to seek legal redress."
India's government has requested that sites set a voluntary (uncensored) framework which will police culturally or country-specific offensive material.
Twitter accepts its new policy of deleting tweets in countries where the content offends local and customary laws, and promotes this decision as compliant to all Twitter communities. Twitter respects the local environments of usage and provides that this policy is one that will support freedom of expression and transparency by allowing the site to remain operational.