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Top 5 Exclusive: 3 Youtuber arrested for making obscene videos on pretext of YouTube prank
Thinking to comment on the content I was observing since earlier this was actually the personal opinion, but just wait to read the full coverage.
The story starts with the digital content creator we called them as a Youtuber. Recently news was circulating over the internet which titled: Mumbai: 3 arrested for making obscene videos on the pretext of YouTube prank.
Mumbai Crime Branch:
The Cyber Cell of Mumbai Crime Branch on Saturday captured a 29-year-elderly person for posting vulgar recordings on Youtube under the appearance of doing a "trick". The denounced used to give bogus data to the ones who settled on these "trick" recordings for some cash, however later it ended up being vulgar. These recordings were taken shots at public spots like Bandra fortress, Juhu beach, and Aksa beach.
Who filled the case:
Five ladies including one minor documented a protest with the Cyber Cell. The protest said that one of the casualties considered kicking the bucket by self-destruction since her video was not erased. In light of the protest, Mumbai police enrolled an argument against the blamed under areas for IPC, IT act and POCSO Act
A short story of Accused
The accused Mukesh Gupta topped SSC exams with 98.5% and runs a tuition class in Thane. Along with Gupta, his accomplices Prince Sav, 23, and Jitendra Gupta, 25 have also been arrested. According to Joint Commissioner (crime) Milind Bharambe, “Gupta also used some of his students for this prank. One of the victims who came forward is a minor girl. We appeal to parents to be aware of their children’s activities. As many youngsters opted for the shoot for pocket money.
How much they earned
As per the report of India Today: Gupta runs 17 YouTube channels and has several Facebook pages. He uploaded around 300 videos which garnered 15 crore views and earned a revenue of Rs 2 crore from these "prank" videos. One of the channels was identified as ‘prank with Japes’
Cyber police reaction
Cyber police have made demands for these pages and channels to be blocked and seemed information on why these channels were not blocked sub moto for obscene content.