<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Supreme Court on Thursday voiced its concerns over social media, with senior advocates Harish Salve and Fali Nariman even saying that they had deleted their Twitter accounts.The bench was hearing arguments on whether a public servant or a minister can claim freedom of speech to air his or her views on a sensitive matter under investigation on public forums such as Facebook and Twitter.PTI reported the bench, comprising Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, AM Khanwilkar, and DY Chandrachud, as saying people disseminated incorrect information on social media — even about court proceedings.While Nariman said he had stopped looking at social media, Salve said he had deleted his Twitter account.PTI reported Salve as saying that he had once appeared in a case related to a medical college and that what subsequently appeared on his Twitter feed had forced him to delete his account.The report further added Salve as adding that “now private players were more into infringing the privacy rights and such things are no more restricted to the state only.”

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Here’s why Supreme Court advocates Harish Salve and Fali Nariman have deleted theit Twitter accounts