Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) has analyzed the Electronic and Postal Communications (Online Content) Regulations, 2020 issued by the Ministry of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports and published in Government Gazette No.538 on 17th July 2020. Under regulation 22 of new online content, regulations have repealed and replaced the Electronic and Postal Communications (Online Content) Regulations, 2018.
In nutshell, this analysis focuses on the conformity of the Regulations with the international standards on freedom of expression. This analysis seeks to highlight the extent to which the regulations are in line with the standards. Furthermore, it seeks to provide recommendations to improve both legal and policy framework on the fundamental freedoms.
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