I want my independence in Free Speech. I don’t want to be judged by the Government or their Authorities over my speech. I don’t want to be charged under sedition law for my speech. I am under constant surveillance and I want independence from that as well.
In the developing India of today, the most basic element of individuality, dignity and respect towards women is still at large and women’s overall status is yet to improve due to ambiguous laws and patriarchal society.
Social Media platforms have made Billionaires out of college dropouts. The presence of these platforms is not just a virtual existence anymore, it is a lifestyle. However, one needs to understand the collateral legal repercussions that these platforms exude- repercussions that have been the topics for debates in the world.
Social media is the court of law where the popular opinion is the order of law and ambiguity of awareness of statutory laws are trolls paradise.
If a woman feels she is nothing without the support of a man, that is the failure of the system. With thoughts like these on live-in-relationship and a never-ending stream of questions bombarding the social norm and bereft culture.