Virtual menace

These problems are not problems of overzealous prosecution in isolated cases but systemic flaws that stem from crude drafting. Such vague drafting is almost Kafkaesque and at odds with the reasonable restrictions that can be placed on the exercise of free speech.

The writer is a partner in a Delhi-based law firm and visiting faculty at the National Law University, Delhi, express@expressindia.com

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