Operation India – Sample Notifications

Many people are hesitating, wondering what to write, so here are some samples. Feel free to create your own. ==================

Hi/Dear Sir/Madam/etc

This is to notify you under Operation India that your content at url [whatever-link] containing a picture of Poonam Pandey in a bikini (for example) would be in violation of the IT Rules for being “Harmful to minors in any way” – since yours isn’t an adults only website, we think it is inappropriate for children to be exposed to such content. Please remove the offensive content within 36 hours of receiving this.

For more information, read here.

Sincerely,

Vidyut

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Hi/Dear Sir/Madam/etc

This is to notify you under Operation India that your content at url [whatever-link] containing a recipe for a home facial (for example) would be in violation of the IT Rules for being “derogatory” toward us darker people by implying fairer people look better.Please remove the offensive content within 36 hours of receiving this.

For more information, read here.

Sincerely,

Vidyut

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Dear webmaster, Hindustan Times / Indian Express / etc

This is to notify you under Operation India that your entire website with its irritating pop under ads would be in violation of the IT Rules for being “harassing”. Please remove the offensive content within 36 hours of receiving this.

For more information, read here.

Sincerely,

Vidyut

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Dear senior editor of newspaper

This is to notify you under Operation India that your [link to content] talking critically about US / Pakistan / Burma / Sri Lanka / China / Norway / etc would be in violation of the IT Rules for “threatening friendly relations with foreign state” Please remove the offensive content within 36 hours of receiving this.

For more information, read here.

Sincerely,

Vidyut

 

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You get the idea. It is not too difficult 😉

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