The Supreme Court dismissed a petition by a petitioner requesting Rs 75 lakh in damages from YouTube for allegedly carrying sexually explicit ads that distracted him during his preparation for the Madhya Pradesh Police exam . The petition was dismissed by the Supreme Court .
New Delhi, December 9: The Supreme Court dismissed a complaint by a petitioner requesting Rs 75 lakh in damages from YouTube for allegedly carrying sexually explicit ads that distracted him during his preparation for the Madhya Pradesh Police exam, according to the apex court.The petitioner should have avoided watching the advertisements, according to the court.He received a notice to YouTube and a Rs 75 lakh penalty for nudity in advertisements.Watch the ad if you don't like it.It is his prerogative to watch the commercial.Choudhary was able to pass a Madhya Pradesh police recruitment examination by a total of Rs 75 lakh from Google-owned streaming website, YouTube, and alleged that the platform's sexual content distracted him when he was preparing for the exam and therefore refused to take the petition.Justice Kaul said, Aap ko lagta hain ki publicity ke liye jab chahe idhar aa(You think you can go to this court whenever you want attention?), kar dunga lekin maaf nahi karuna (You might say you can go to this court when you want publicity.I will reduce the costs, but will not forgive you. (If you are unemployed, recovery will be done if you dont pay.