Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Akanksha Jain November 5, 2018 11:22 am Change Font Size In no mood to delay the proceedings in a PIL revolving around linking online identity of users with Aadhaar or other government-authorised ID proof and making social media companies duty-bound to assist probe agencies in criminal matters especially cyber crimes, the Madras High Court has directed Google LLC and YouTube to appear before it even as the notice issued to them was served on their subsidiary Google India. Justice S Manikumar refused to grant the request of Google India that a fresh notice be issued to YouTube and its parent company Google LLC since the notice issued to them earlier was served on Google India at its head office in Hyderabad. The court was of the view that issuing fresh notice would delay the disposal of the writ petition and that Google India, which is a subsidiary, can inform its parent company and sister concern about the orders passed by the court and ask them to enter appearance. The bench of Justice Manikumar and Justice Subramonium Prasad was hearing a petition moved by Antony Clement Rubin seeking directions to the government to… Read full this story
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