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Monday, September 27, 2021

Supreme Court Will Take Action Against YouTube Channels

Emphasizing the importance of free media in a democracy, the Supreme Court will soon take action against YouTube channels 
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 Supreme Court Will Take Action Against YouTube Channels 

The court criticized web portals and YouTube channels for taking advantage of this. According to national media reports, the court observed that slanderous propaganda, fake news, and deliberate racial slurs would 'ultimately bring the country into disrepute. Observing that the print and TV media, in general, are behaving responsibly, Chief Justice NV Ramana slammed the irresponsible propaganda through YouTube.

Anyone can start a YouTube channel and spread whatever they want. Do not look for mistakes or facts. The Chief Justice also said that there were restrictions on the print and TV sectors. He also asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta about the steps taken by the Center against this. Mehta told the court that the struggle was now going on between freedom of expression and the people's right to receive real news. 

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He also pointed out that the new IT rules introduced by the Center have been questioned in various courts. He said the main purpose of these laws was to prevent the spread of fake news. He also requested that all pending cases against the new IT rules do transfer to the Supreme Court for an authoritative verdict.

Explaining his observations further, Chief Justice Ramana said that web portals and YouTube channels write about judges, institutions, and all those who do not like them. When asked to take responsibility for the reports they provide, they never respond. The Statesman reports that the CJI said it had not seen any public channels respond, including Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. They say they have the right to publish anything. 

The CJI said there were no restrictions. What will the IT rules do in the event of an exception campaign? 

Responding to this, the Solicitor General also confirmed the observations. He said the government was trying to ensure that the media was responsible for publishing through the new IT laws. IT laws seek to create a balance between freedom of expression and the right to know the facts.

These will work in three stages. In the first instance, a person who complains about the news about himself can complain to the media that provided it. In the second stage, the media can correct the news or reply to the complainant within 15 days. In the third phase, Mehta told the court that the authorities could take action if the complaint was not resolved or did not respond within 15 days.

Samsung Introduces 200MP Isocell Smartphone Camera Sensor

Samsung has introduced the world's first 0.64µm pixel smartphone camera sensor called the ISOCELL HP1. The power of the sensor is dynamic pixel binning technology. The size of the sensor is 1 / 1.22-inch. It incorporates two types of pixel binning technology. If you use 2x2, you will get a 1.28µm pixel photo with a resolution of 50MP. On the other hand, if you use 4x4 mode, you will get a 12MP photo with a pixel size of 2.65µm. It is also capable of recording 30 frames of 8K video per second.

And the launched Isocell GN5 sensor is for use on lightweight phones. The company claims that this is the world's first smartphone sensor capable of dual-pixel autofocus in all directions. It has a resolution of 50 MP.

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Asus introduces new laptops for content creators

Asus has introduced new models in its VivoBook and ZenBook laptop series for content creators. Adobe's Creative Cloud subscription is free for up to three months. This will allow you to use up to 20 Adobe apps. Features include the Raison 5000H, 11th generation Intel i7 processor, Nvidia GeForce RTX3050TI, graphics, 2.8Kor 4K OLED display, and Harmon Cardon audio. Various screens ranging in size from 14 to 16 inches are also available.

Price increase for Redmi phones

Shomi's Redmi 9, Redmi 9 Power, Redmi 9 Prime, Redmi Note 10 T5G, and Redmi Note 10S have been increased by Rs 500 each. Some also announced an increase of Rs 300 for the Redmi 9i model.

Amazon may also introduce the Clubhouse model live audio platform, Amazon is set to launch audio platforms such as live audio platforms such as Clubhouse, Twitter Spaces, and Spotify's new platform. It will be led by Amazon Music.

Samsung leads the Indian smartwatch market

IDC says Samsung has topped the list of Indian smartwatch sales. The company exported 860 percent more watches to India this year than last year. Samsung has benefited from the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and the Galaxy Watch 3 Series. Samsung reportedly captured 41.2 percent of the market in the quarter ended June.

The antitrust case against Apple in India too

Antitrust has also filed a case in India against Apple, which charges 30 percent fees from app developers who develop apps for the iPhone. The complaint was lodged with the Competition Commission of India by a not-so-famous Rajasthan-based group called 'Together Fight Society'. There are lawsuits against Apple and Google for controlling their app stores in various countries, including the United States.

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