Legal Notice served upon Facebook claiming compensation of Rs. 500 crores for its act of deleting the posts regarding adverse effects of corona vaccines
Recently, in a case against YouTube, the German Higher Regional Court has fined YouTube with 1,00,000 Euros after it wrongly deleted a user’s video which showed massive pandemic lockdown protests in Switzerland, and then failed to reinstate the video ‘immediately’ after the court ordered it to do so.
The notice issued by Adv. Tanveer Nizam on behalf of renowned Activist and Naturopath Smt. Nisha Koiri mentions that the deleted posts were based on correct facts and as a part of his client’s duty under article 51 A of the Constitution of India. Therefore, deleting the post is violative of Article 14,19 and 21 of the Constitution of India.
As per the Constitution of India and as per specific laws laid down by the Supreme Court and Delhi High Court, every Indian has freedom of speech and expression. The citizens also have the fundamental rights to know the correct information. As per article 18 of the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights 2005 and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) the discussion and opinions from all parts of the society need to be welcomed and promoted.
The said article reads thus; Article 18 – Decision-making and addressing bioethical issues
Professionalism, honesty, integrity and transparency in decision-making should be promoted, in particular declarations of all conflicts of interest and appropriate sharing of knowledge. Every endeavor should be made to use the best available scientific knowledge and methodology in addressing and periodically reviewing bioethical issues.
Persons and professionals concerned and society as a whole should be engaged in dialogue on a regular basis.
Opportunities for informed pluralistic public debate, seeking the expression of all relevant opinions, should be promoted.
Article 19 of the ICCPR Convention reads as follows:
(1) Everyone shall have the right to hold opinions without interference;
(2) Everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression, this right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art or through any other media of his choice.”
India has ratified the ICCPR. Section 2(d) read with 2(f) of the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 clarifies ‘human rights’ to include the rights guaranteed by the ICCPR.
Supreme Court of India had time and now ruled that freedom of expression is meant to include the right of all citizens to speak, publish and express their views. The freedom of the press embodies the right of the people to read.
Noncompliance with the law laid down by the Supreme Court makes the Facebook head Mark Zuckerberg andother office bearers of the Facebook liable for action under the Contempt of Courts Act where the punishment is up to six months imprisonment.
Deleting a post without lawful reason amounts to defamation as per Indian laws and it is punishable under section 500, 501 of Indian Penal Code where punishment is two years imprisonment.
The Facebook cannot act like a Judge of a Court and decide as to whose information is correct or wrong. The act of running only one narratives in favor of vaccines and compelling citizens to take these vaccines, also makes the Facebook liable to face the charges of attempt to commit murder, if the side effects of vaccines are suppressed and if the person is compelled to take vaccines by suppressing data to mislead the said person and if the said person dies due to side effects of vaccines, then Mark Zuckerberg andother office bearers of the Facebook are liable for action under sections 302, 115, 52, 120(B), 34 of Indian Penal Code and they may face the death penalty for mass murders and genocide.
Recently, in a case against YouTube, the German Higher Regional Court fined YouTube with 1,00,000 Euros after it wrongly deleted a user’s video which showed massive pandemic lockdown protests in Switzerland – and then failed to reinstate the video ‘immediately’ after the court ordered it to do so.
The excerpts from the news article are produced here for ready reference: “Recently YouTube has been fined 100,000 euros by the German Higher Regional Court at Dresden after it wrongly deleted a user’s video which showed massive pandemic lockdown protests in Switzerland – and then failed to reinstate the video ‘immediately’ after the court ordered it to do so on April 20.
Meanwhile, a so-called independent fact-checker website FactCheck.org was exposed to be funded by the same $1.9 billion vaccine lobby group that it is supposed to check. The site is a Facebook partner whose articles are used to censor critical voices on the social media platform. It is headed by the former CDC director, which is again a conflict of interest.
In a shocking revelation came to light that Google and USAID funded research conducted by Peter Daszak’sEcoHealth Alliance – a controversial group which has openly collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology on “killer” bat coronavirus research – for over a decade.
In a move against this Big Tech censorship of free speech, Poland is planning to make censoring of social media accounts illegal.
“Algorithms or the owners of corporate giants should not decide which views are right and which are not,” said the prime minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki. “There can be no consent to censorship.”