Will this ring the end of the Santa Banta jokes? On tuesday the Supreme Court will assured sikh bodies and including the Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee,Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee, that will investigate issuance of an order to end Sardar jokes on the internet, Which describe the community to be of ‘low intellect, stupid and foolish’.
Experts says it is impracticable. They opine such a move will fail and only act as a catalyst for a surge in watching such sites.
Dipak Misra a bench headed asked , while court hearing a PIL seeking on sardar jokes and lawyers portrays Sikh bodies to discussion with solicitor general Ranjit Kumar if any order on the lines only the one issued occur to Google, Yahoo,Microsoft to delete sextual determination advertisements and delete all child pornography from the internet can be issued and hold discussion with solicitor who was the part of the case where we issued orders to search engines to delete all sextual advertisements and another side we order to remove all child pornography from the internet. Justice Misra, advocate RS Suri will pass detailed on March 27.
Today cyber expert Kislay Choudhary told in Mail and claim it is impossible to completely delete the content once it available on the internet and he also told it is not possible on virtual world. Pornography is blocked and it is easily accessible. Comparably, all banned videos and new movie releases are available on the web easily. It is impossible to implement any ban on the internet virtual world.
SGPC had demanded that jokes that are amounting to ‘racial slur’ and ‘racial profiling’ be included within the definition of ‘ragging’ in the educational institutions.