Student sues Google for sex content in ads, SC fines him | India News

NEW DELHI: Termination of a student’s lawsuit for banning the display of sexually explicit ads on social media and also compensation of Rs 75 lakh from Google India for such display Advertisementinfluence his studies, is one of the most brutal pleas, Supreme Court dismissed it and imposed a fee of Rs 25,000 on the petitioner.
Justice bench Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Abhay S Oka say the lawsuit is frivolous and that the petitioner is wasting valuable court time by filing such a petition. The court said that no one forced him to see those ads if he didn’t like it.
Anand Kishor Choudhary, who appeared in person to argue, said that he failed to pass the entrance exam to the police force in Madhya Pradesh when he is distracted by ads on YouTube. Debating his case in Hindi, he said it violated Article 19(2) of the Constitution and asked the court to review it.
Choudhary, in his petition, said that he was unable to concentrate on his studies because of the pornographic content on the ads, which kept him from concentrating on his studies and demanded compensation from Google India 75 Rs lakh.
“These types of petitions are a complete waste of judicial time,” the bench said, imposing a court fee of Rs 1 lakh on the petitioner. The petitioner sought an apology from the bench with his hands clasped. He told the bench that he belonged to a poor family and that he would not be able to pay the fine. However, the bench refused to waive the fine which reduced it to Rs 25,000.


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