The Bombay High Court on Saturday refused to grant bail to businessman Raj Kundra and his IT support provider Ryan Thorpe on charges of producing and uploading adult film content on mobile applications like Hotshots.
The apex court began hearing in the plea filed by NGO People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), alleging that despite the Court's February, 2019 order, Section 66A of the Information Technology Act continues to be used in police stations as well as in trial courts across the country
Central government told to respond over use of Section 66A of IT Act in cases pending at various trial courts despite the provision had been struck down by by the Supreme Court in 2015. Seniormost judge Justice Rohinton Nariman expressed surprise at the continued use of the penal provision.
New Delhi (ILNS): Attorney General KK Venugopal today gave his nod to initiate criminal contempt of court proceedings against stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra for his tweets against the Supreme Court of India.
New Delhi (ILNS): A letter addressed to the office of the Attorney General of India has sought consent for the initiation of criminal contempt proceedings against stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra, alleging that he has scandalised the Supreme Court of India through various tweets.