The Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain a public interest litigation petition against Truecaller mobile app [Ankit Sethi and anr vs True Software Scandinavia AB and anr]..The plea filed by one Ankit Sethi alleged use of personal data of people without their authorisation.The plea was heard by a bench of Chief Justice of India (CJI) UU Lalit and Justice S Ravindra Bhat which said that it is not the court's job to stop such apps."Is this court's job to shut all such apps. How many applications can be entertained against such apps," Justice Bhat asked.The Truecaller app displays the identity of the caller when a call is received from an unknown number. This helps the receiver of the call to know who is the caller, without attending the call. ."This may sound immature but my intention is not so," the petitioner who appeared in person said."You argue," the CJI said."Suppose I use Truecaller and you don't use the app even then I will have your personal information," Sethi submitted."So this is a PIL under Article 32," CJI Lalit demanded..The bench made it clear that it is not within the domain of the Court to shut down all such intrusive apps.The CJI also said that it is not a fit case for interference by the top court.The petitioner then proceeded to withdraw the plea.