Police said the accused woman filmed 'obscene' content at the Lakshman Jhula and later uploaded the clip on social media.
The court also awarded five years imprisonment to one of the convicts under the IT Act for filming and circulating a video clip of the incident.
Maridhas had recently posted a video alleging that several journalists working at News 18’s Tamil Nadu channel were supporters of the Dravidar Kazhagam and the opposition DMK.
The accused Dhrubajit Choudhury is an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at Dibrugarh University.
A division bench comprising Chief Justice Indrajit Mahanty and Justice P S Bhati also barred the department from taking any coercive action against the petitioner until next order.
The minister said a team will be put in place that will take inputs from experts and the industry.
Former JNUSU Secretary Ramanagar, said the government was looking at protesters with revenge.
The top court's ruling came on a plea by Google India, seeking quashing of defamation complaint initiated prior to the amendments in the IT Act.
The minister said that there are suitable provisions under the IT Act and work is in progress to bring in a law for data protection.
Dalit activist Bhanubhai Vankar had set himself ablaze outside the Patan Collector's office on Thursday and had died of burn injuries at a private hospital in Ahmedabad the next day.
Gujarat: Activist Bhanubhai Vankar, who set himself on fire over alleged delay in allotment of land to Dalit family, dies
Dalit activist Bhanubhai Vankar, who set himself on fire outside the Patan Collector's office over alleged delay in allotment of land to a Dalit family, succumbed during treatment tonight.
Sixty-year-old Vankar, who suffered severe burns after he set himself on fire outside Patan district Collector's office yesterday, has been admitted to a private hospital in Ahmedabad.