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Google, YouTube Requested by Delhi Excessive Court docket to Take away a Married Girl’s Objectionable Pictures From Net

The Delhi Excessive Court docket has requested Google, YouTube, and Delhi Police to take steps to take away the websites and hyperlinks carrying objectionable images and movies of a married girl from the Web.

Justice Subramonium Prasad made it clear that this was not an adversarial litigation and listed the matter for September 16, whereas asking Google, YouTube, the Centre and Delhi Police Cyber Cell to file their replies to the girl’s plea searching for instructions to them to take away the images and movies.

The excessive courtroom’s interim order got here on a petition by the girl searching for instructions to the Centre to dam pornographic websites working below pseudo names.

The plea additionally sought instructions to Google block any nude, sexually specific or morphed images of the girl showing on its websites.

“It’s made clear that this isn’t an adversarial litigation and it’s anticipated that counsel for Google, YouTube, Centre and Cyber Cell of Delhi Police will take essential steps to take away the websites and hyperlinks, carrying objectionable images and movies of the petitioner, from the Web earlier than the subsequent date of listening to,” the courtroom stated.

Central authorities standing counsel Anurag Ahluwalia assured the courtroom that the Union of India will take essential steps for removing of the websites and hyperlinks from the Web carrying objectionable images and movies of the girl and sought time to file an affidavit.

Advocate Mamta Jha, representing Google and YouTube, submitted that every one the URLs, that are with YouTube, have been eliminated and 10 channels have already been blocked.

With a purpose to expedite the method of eradicating the hyperlinks and websites from the Web, the courtroom impleaded the Delhi Police by way of Cyber Cell as a celebration. 


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