Man sues YouTube for distraction and demands Rs. 75,000,000, but

The Supreme Court slapped a cost of Rs 25,000 on a petitioner who sought revenge from Google India for the ads on YouTube that allegedly had explicit content . The bench observed that the petitioner was preparing for an examination and watching ads with alleged sexual content .

New Delhi: The Supreme Court slapped a cost of Rs 25,000 on a petitioner who sought revenge from Google India for the ads on YouTube that allegedly had explicit content, the highest court said.The petitioner, who was appearing in person, asked the petitioner, who said that because of the advertisements his attention was diverted and he could not pass the exam.The petitioner also demanded a ban on nudity on social media platforms, according to the bench.The petitioner also demanded a ban on nudity on websites.The bench observed that the petitioner was preparing for an examination and watching ads with alleged sexual content.The bench dismissed the complaint, stating that it was his prerogative not to watch an advertisement.

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