Follows DNPA Code Of Conduct

Code of Conduct for Digital Media Sites – Respect for privacy, especially of those not in public life.

Remove, delete or modify

If an article or article with false or incorrect information is found, contact the person or group concerned, provide accurate information, identify themselves, provide documents or materials required, part of the story or story must be changed. or deleted. If the entire article is found to contain false and inaccurate information, the entire article will be deleted.

Respect intellectual property rights

  • Copyright in text, photos, designs, graphics, drawings, etc. will be respected. If copyrighted material is used, original permission must be obtained and the publication must acknowledge moral rights and permissions.
  •  If the authority requires payment of money or debt, this must be paid.
  •  Trademarks and service marks of third parties may not be used unless permission is granted in advance or if such use is fair use.
  •  In the case of intellectual property infringement – after receiving any request and after receiving the necessary documents, the affected content will be changed, deleted or removed as necessary.
  •  Care should be taken in reporting true stories and crime thrillers. His sense of innocence must be protected. Answers and explanations about the evidence, the behavior of the witnesses and witnesses, the accused and the victims and their behavior should be avoided. These stories will be factual and unbiased. 8. Special care should be taken when reporting workplace harassment, child abuse, rape, when the accused or victims are children, marital disputes, riots and disputes / civil disputes, divorce and custody, adoption issues, etc. • Care should be taken to comply with sections 67, 67A and 67B of the Information Technology Act 2000, where applicable – which provide penalties for the publication or transmission of obscene, sexually suggestive and child pornography. and sexual intercourse. practice, in electronic form.

Complaint Procedure

 Parties – as they are intermediaries as defined in the Information Technology Act 2000 – follow the reporting process as defined therein and are aware of the role and protection of the security environment under section 79 of the Information Technology Act 2000. Technology (Intermediary) Guidelines) Act, 2011, includes the appointment of a Complaints Officer whose details are posted on the website and the person acting within 36 hours of receipt of a complaint from a data subject and resolves the complaint within one month of receiver. 10. Training and awareness programs

 Engage editorial staff in regular training and awareness programs on current laws including the Indian Constitution, more than 30 media-related laws such as the Indecent Portrayal of Women (Prohibition) Act, and copyright, right to information , Essentials of Indian Penal Code. and CrPC, Civil and Criminal Defamation, DPI, Juvenile Justice, POCSO, important issues related to reporting of gender and sexual harassment, workplace bullying, racial or gender related crimes, domestic violence , etc. – Names of those involved and details that allow the identification of those involved or the person who does it, if they are young people or at work, must avoid good.

Photographs of victims, their homes, workplaces, etc. to avoid.

Care and caution should always be exercised when reporting on civil or religious disputes. This report will be published only after the correct confirmation of the truth and will be given with care and restraint, creating a good environment for promoting harmony, friendship and peace. – Special attention to reporting on the court and the trial. Educate the reporting team on legislative privilege and proper reporting of court cases, court cases, etc. Make sure that the categories of the victim and the accused are covered, without the details of the subject.

 The main rules of the Code of Ethics are to uphold the principles of digital publishing and to protect and maintain the independence of journalists, content companies and publishers.

 The Association of Digital Journalists has voluntarily created a code of ethics for its members, as listed below, which reflects their commitment to digital publishing with a responsibility – even if it does, to protect 19(1) (a) and other statutes. ordered freedom, monitor and evaluate any activity that may prevent the collection and dissemination of current or other content. The purpose of this Code is to set high standards, ethical and moral standards for digital newspaper publishing, and it is not in any way trying to prevent the work of the daily publishers – those who enjoy the editorial and content collection.

  The main principles of the Code of Ethics are to uphold the principles of digital publishing and to protect and maintain the independence of journalists, content companies and publishers.

The digital information website complies with local laws including Indian Constitution, 30+ media laws, relevant provisions of IPC, CrPC and information technology, if applicable.

 They strive to adhere to accepted journal ethics and conduct and maintain the highest professional standards of conduct. There are many levels of ethics and codes of conduct – including industry-specific and strict procedures within the newsroom at the level of reporters and editors.

 Fairness, transparency and fairness Members should avoid posting material that is inaccurate, meaningless or misrepresented. Pre-publication approval should be mandatory. Slander should be avoided. Compliance with laws and regulations is important.

 Right to respond,  News reports and articles should include a description or description of the person or group accused of the crime. If not accepted, the individual’s or group’s response, if received later, must be included. b. If there is a development in the story and the affected person or group requests an update, this will be done properly. The update date will also appear in the published message.