MUMBAI: The Bombay high court on Friday issued showcase notices to Google and YouTube over a video uploaded online of court proceedings that was titled as a «sting».
Feb 17, 2017 · The Bombay High Court on Friday issued showcause notices to Google and YouTube over a video of court proceedings uploaded on the search engine and the website. The court also directed YouTube to immediately remove the video, which claims to be a ‘sting operation’ on a judge.
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Google and YouTube directed to pull down sting operation on judge. After the sting, Bombay HC banned mobile phones inside court premises. The video …
The sting in question, which was basically a shoot of proceedings inside the court room of Justice SJ Kathawala, was secretly shot and was uploaded on YouTube leveling accusations of corruption against the said judge. After this video had surfaced Bombay High Court had passed an order banning use of mobile phones inside the court premises.
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday directed the YouTube and Google India to immediately pull down the alleged ‘sting’ video of a sitting judge of HC.The HC also issued ‘contempt notices
After the sting against the judge, Bombay HC banned mobile phones inside court premises. The sting allegedly levelled corruption charges against Justice SJ Kathawala. High court had earlier asked YouTube and Google to take down the video.
MUMBAI: The Bombay Bar Association has filed a petition before the Bombay HC to initiate criminal contempt proceedings against an advocate and others involved in video recording of court
The petition was filed by the Bombay Bar Association (BBA) seeking contempt action to be initiated against people who recorded and uploaded a video clip on YouTube, which allegedly showed courtroom proceedings and leveled corruption charges against Justice SJ Kathawala of the Bombay High Court.
The video of proceedings of a court was recorded and uploaded on Youtube. The video made unsubstantiated allegations of corruption against a judge. A fall out of the video uploaded online has been the high court issuing a notice banning use of mobile phones by …
The Bombay high court may constitute a five-judge bench to hear a criminal contempt case on secretly shooting and uploading videos of court proceedings on YouTube and calling them a sting operation.
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