India: Protest March

Following the recent IIPM vs. The Blogs controversy, there is a call for a protest march in Bangalore, where bloggers plan to come together.

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  • initially we were all intreasted. now tired of iipm .no mainstraem is taking.iipm is fun topic. now the fun is going .anybody pls give some
    comical stuff about iipm to read. by the way the email is false since i dont have any time to reply for mails on topic. i am a vagabound careless person and for me iipm is a fun topic.but i sincearlry appreciate the truth seekers gaurav and reshmi.i also think really that persons should not trapped by marketting gimmics. i really feel
    pained by these legal notices.on one side it seems funny since according to IT act is silent on defamation.i dont know why iipm is taking a big issuse of these. they are creating trap for themselves.internet is not anyones personal property.i can raise any issue comment on anything as i like.unless i am hacking,cracking their site,cracking others credit cards nothing is wrong.i fail to understand onething. if iipm can give these false tall claims in big newspapers how can they prevent someone to post true information(even if it is false it does not matter but in this case it is true information olny) in ones personal blogs .is it the case that they can tell all lies and we cant speak truth atleat to ourselves. what a injusice.any wayv whatever it may be. iipm is a hot funny topic.

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