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Supreme Court Hearings on Feb 1, 2023 – Privacy Policy of WhatsApp, Unitech Case, and More

Privacy policy of WhatsApp

The constitution bench will hear on February 1, 2023, against the new privacy policy of WhatsApp.

In fact, two students have challenged the new privacy policy of WhatsApp in court, terming the sharing of users’ personal data to Facebook and other platforms as wrong, a violation of their privacy and free speech.

Explain that the apex court was hearing a petition filed by two students Karmanya Singh Sareen and Shreya Sethi.

Students say that sharing calls, photos, texts, videos and documents shared by users with any other company are a violation of their privacy and free speech.

Social media companies should not do their arbitrariness regarding the personal data of the user.

Petition of Araria District and Sessions Judge Shashikant Rai challenging the proceedings of suspension by the Patna High Court

The Supreme Court will hear on February 1 the petition of Araria District and Sessions Judge Shashikant Rai challenging the proceedings of suspension by the Patna High Court.

Rai has claimed that he has been subjected to institutional discrimination as he completed the hearing in a day in a POCSO case of raping a six-year-old girl.

Apart from this, he has cited another case in which he had sentenced the accused to death in four working days.

Matter of the shortage of staff and members in District and State Consumer Forums across the country

The Supreme Court will hear on February 1 the matter of the shortage of staff and members in District and State Consumer Forums across the country.

In the last hearing, the Supreme Court directed the Central Government to look into the legislative implications of the Consumer Protection Act, 2019.

The court had said that the government only runs after making laws but does not see its effect on the people.

The Supreme Court has taken cognizance of the shortage of staff and members in the District and State Consumer Forum across the country.

Unitech case

The Supreme Court will hear the Unitech case on February 1.

Recently, the Noida Development Authority filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court saying that Unitech Builder is the biggest defaulter of the Noida Development Authority.

Unitech builder owes Rs 9,678 crore to the authority. Between 2006 and 2011, Unitech builders were allotted 5 plots.

The builder deposited only the minimum amount with the authority.

The Supreme Court will hear on February 1 the bail plea filed by accused Pawan Kumar Agarwal in the case related to the misappropriation of funds of the Indira Gandhi Matritya Sahyog Yojana (IGMSY).

The Enforcement Directorate has provisionally attached bank deposits of Rs 2.02 crore under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

According to the ED, the seized amount was deposited in the Guwahati-based State Bank of India account of a Global India firm owned by Pawan Kumar Agarwal.

On the basis of the chargesheet filed against Pawan Kumar Agarwal, it had initiated an investigation under PMLA.

Petition filed by the CBI in the case of former DHFL promoter Kapil Wadhawan, arrested by the CBI in a multi-crore bank loan scam case

The Delhi High Court will hear on February 1 the petition filed by the CBI in the case of former DHFL promoter Kapil Wadhawan, arrested by the CBI in a multi-crore bank loan scam case.

The CBI has challenged the trial court’s order granting statutory bail to the Wadhawan brothers, promoters of Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Limited, due to an “incomplete charge sheet”.

Matter relating to two defamation complaints filed by Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam and BJP leader Smriti Irani against each other

The Rouse Avenue Court will hear on February 1 the matter relating to two defamation complaints filed by Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam and BJP leader Smriti Irani against each other.

Let us inform you that while hearing the matter on 20 December 2018, the Delhi High Court quashed the summons issued by Nirupam in the defamation complaint filed against Smriti Irani.

Case registered against former Congress MLA from Okhla Assembly constituency Asif Mohammad Khan

The Rouse Avenue Court will hear on February 1 the case registered against former Congress MLA from Okhla Assembly constituency Asif Mohammad Khan.

Let us tell you that earlier in the month of November, Asif Mohammad was also arrested for misbehaving with a policeman during the municipal elections.

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