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Reality Show Celebrity Ashutosh Seeks In Court For Removal Of Pictures, Videos


Ashutosh Kaushik has sought a path to the Centre and Google to take away sure content material.

New Delhi:

Claiming “right to be forgotten”, actuality present celeb Ashutosh Kaushik on Thursday sought a path from the Delhi High Court to the Centre and Google that a few of his movies, photographs and articles be faraway from numerous on-line platforms as they’ve a “detrimental effect” on his life.

Justice Rekha Palli issued discover and requested the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Google, Press Council of India and Electronic Media Monitoring Centre to reply to the petition which stated the petitioner was invoking the “right to privacy” and the “right to be forgotten”.

The court docket requested the authorities to file their replies inside 4 weeks and listed the matter for additional listening to in December.

Ashutosh Kaushik, who had received MTV Hero Honda Roadies 5.0 in 2007 and the second season of Big Boss in 2008, sought path to the Centre to take pressing steps to safeguard his repute and dignity by eradicating his movies, photographs and different associated articles from numerous on-line platforms that are being facilitated by Google as the identical is effecting his life and private liberty.

The plea stated the “Right to be Forgotten” displays the declare of a person to have sure information deleted in order that third individuals can now not hint them and it allows an individual to silence the previous occasions of his life which might be now not occurring.

“Thus, the ‘Right to be Forgotten” entitles individuals to have information, videos or photographs about themselves deleted from certain internet records so that search engines cannot find them,” it stated.

The plea stated that although the Constitution of India doesn’t expressly recognise the “Right to be Forgotten”, the Supreme Court has held that “Right to Life” includes personal liberty, and thus, right to privacy culled from Article 21.

“Right to be forgotten” is in sync with the right to privacy, which was hailed by the Supreme court as an integral part of Article 21 (Right to life) of the Constitution, it said.

Advocate Amit George, representing Ashutosh Kaushik, submitted that whenever his name is searched on Internet, photos relating to his past life are continued to be shown on various search engines including Google and urged the court for removal of all such posts, videos and photos relating to him.

Senior advocate Arvind Nigam, representing Google, said the “proper to be forgotten” was not yet a law in the country.

The petition said Ashutosh Kaushik’s valuable contribution in the television and big screen industry has earned him accolades, love and appreciation of people across India.

“However, regardless of attaining excellent success within the silver display trade, underneath deep agony the petitioner needed to endure utmost psychological ache for his diminutive acts, which had been erroneously dedicated a decade in the past because the recorded movies, photographs, articles of the identical can be found on numerous search engines like google/ on-line platforms,” stated the petition filed by means of advocates Akshat Bajpai, Ishanee Sharma and Shreya Gupta.

The plea sought to direct the authorities to take efficient and time certain actions in eradicating all of the posts, movies, articles written underneath Ashtosh Kaushik’s identify, that are irrelevant within the current occasions and are inflicting grave harm to his dignity and repute.

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