#MeToo: Google moves Delhi HC in Subodh Gupta case, says order will have chilling effect on freedom of speech
Following the Delhi High Court order to take down anonymous posts containing #MeToo allegations against artist Subodh Gupta, Google has moved the court on Monday to vacate the order, saying it will have a “chilling effect on freedom of speech and expression and be against public interest".
#MeToo: Artist association Khoj issues statement after director Pooja Sood's email to Subodh Gupta draws flak
Khoj released another statement reiterating that the decision to ask Gupta to step down was "categorical and unanimous".
Artist Subodh Gupta files defamation suit in Delhi HC against anonymous social media account that raised #MeToo allegations in 2018
Subodh Gupta files defamation suit against the Instagram handle @herdsceneand which had named him in anonymous #MeToo accounts
#MeToo India: Kochi Biennale Foundation drops inquiry into sexual misconduct allegations against Riyas Komu
The anonymous #MeToo allegations on Instagram had suggested that Komu had made forcible and unwelcome advances on two occasions to which Komu had responded, also on Instagram with an apology for having caused hurt with his behaviour.
Subodh Gupta, referred to as the Damien Hirst of Delhi, has been accused of inappropriate touching, passing lewd remarks and making unwelcome advances towards his female assistants