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Internet content: Court considers summoning US firms

Internet content: Court considers summoning US firms

New Delhi: A Delhi court Wednesday directed a complainant to apprise it about the method of summoning some US-based companies, including Facebook and YouTube, named by him as accused in a case related to objectionable content on internet.

Metropolitan Magistrate Jay Thareja said: ‘Put up for method of service of process of summoning of Facebook, Youtube and other US-based companies for June 8.’

The court was hearing a criminal case filed by journalist Vinay Rai seeking removal of derogatory contents from around 20 social networking sites and websites.

The magistrate told the complainant that service of summons would also be effected through the external affairs ministry.


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