Rumors about Sushant Singh Rajput’s idea of the FAU-G game are circulating, and it has now violated the court order. A civil court in Mumbai passed an interim order on Thursday to limit the spread of rumors that FAU-G and Goqii Vital 3.0 were conceptualized by actor Sushant Singh Rajput who died in June. A copy of the order (provided with TechnologyShout) restricts users from “posting and reposting tweets, sharing posts, sending messages and videos on various social media platforms,” including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube. It was passed in response to the “John Doe”/”Ashok Kumar” lawsuit, which was against a person who was unidentified at the time the order was issued.
Goqii and FAU-G publisher nCore Games filed a lawsuit against the Mumbai Civil Affairs Court against social media communication conspiracy involving actor Sushant Singh Rajput in conceptualizing FAU-G and Goqii Vital 3.0. It claims that Goqii and nCore Games and entrepreneur Vishal Gondal (founder and CEO of Goqii, investor in nCore Games, FAU-G ambassador and actor Akshay Kumar and others) are “causing great difficulties “Because of the news circulating on social media.
The names of the suit include Facebook India Online Services, Twitter Communications India, Facebook (incorporated in the United States, with an office in Mumbai), YouTube India (incorporated in the United States, with an office in Mumbai), Google India, and LinkedIn Technology Information . An unknown person publishes defamatory news.
Goqii and nCore Games also sent email notifications to all defendants in the matter, except for social media users. India’s Twitter Communications responded to the email notification on Wednesday, September 16, stating that it “has no role in the operation of its parent company’s Twitter website in the United States”. However, Twitter Communications India-and the Indian subsidiaries of Google and LinkedIn-agreed to communicate the court order to the competent authorities
The court order said: “The first defendant, who represents the unknown, is restricted from posting and reposting tweets, sharing posts, sending messages and videos on various social media platforms…until further orders,”
Goqii and nCore Games stated in a joint press statement that they will “prosecute such illegal acts/anti-social factors to facilitate criminal proceedings that have been filed with law enforcement authorities.”
The action game FAU-G was announced a few days after the government banned PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite in India. It was touted to make its debut at the end of October and aimed to capitalize on the country’s patriotic spirit.
On the other hand, Goqii Vital 3.0 was launched in May and is an intelligent fitness tracking belt with the ability to measure body temperature. The company claims to be able to detect early COVID-19 symptoms.
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