Google, Facebook unresponsive to the ban of adulterous content, fined by Supreme court
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Google, Facebook unresponsive to the ban of adulterous content, fined by Supreme court

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Google, Facebook unresponsive to the ban of adulterous content, fined by Supreme court

Google, Facebook got into trouble for allowing the buffering of porn and vulgar content.

Supreme Court has fined these sites for Rs 1 lakh as they have previously ordered websites to block the streaming of such unfaithful content.

There are a bunch of other internet giants like Yahoo, Facebook Ireland, Facebook India, Google India, Google Inc, Microsoft, and WhatsApp have also been informed by Madan B Lokur and UU Lalit about this for which no responses have been received yet.

The inaction of consequences had brought them into difficulty and under the high court order, these companies have to submit an affidavit before June 15.

Under this, they had to write down the steps being taken by them to curb these videos and asked its registry to keep the amount in a fixed deposit for a short term.

The bar and bench committee said “in our order dated 16 April these internet giants companies were required to give the respective measures hut it turns out none of them had any official or undergoing report which could ease this issue”

They also added that online cybercrime reporting portal had been given up and in the present scenario, the portal has reached in its final stage and all set to launch on or before July 15.

All the bigger ministries have been working and coordinating to complete in just 2 months”

The apex court stated that “supreme court has already over exceeded the time limit they should have completed this by June 30”

The court said that “collective keywords like child rape, child abuse, gang rape has been covered into a single file which was distributed to the content creators to work on them”

The web portal should have been in working state for citizens so that they should be able to find a crime report online for child rape and other criminal acts.

This matter has been taken into action in 2015 where the letter was received by Chief Justice of India HL Dattuby by Hyderabad-based NGO Prajwala, along with two rape videos in a pen-drive.

There were several crimes which have been fed into the portal after reading NGO letter which include molestation, stalking, eve teasing etc.