A Delhi Court hearing the bail applications of Umar Khalid and others in a Delhi riots case on Thursday said that while the media is welcome to report on court proceedings, it should not take screenshots of virtual hearings and share it on social media platforms and websites..Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat made the clarification after Senior Advocate Rebecca John expressed serious reservations over a news platform sharing screenshots of images shared by Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad on Wednesday..John said,“Mr Prasad shared certain screenshots (with the Court). Numbers were shared. Media took screenshots and put it up on social media This is far beyond our court system. High Court had warned media. (This is) violation of privacy of a lot people.”.She stressed that to share screenshots and share images placed on the screen during the virtual hearing was not appropriate, and was even “contemptuous”.“I understand the interest in the matter, but let us not do things which are prejudicial to accused persons,” added John.Judge Rawat subsequently remarked,“Whatever is being argued in court can be reported but do not put screenshots. Report, but don't take screenshots.".John also pointed out that the screenshots had private information of both the accused and non-accused persons. “We do not want it to become something else...I believe that many tweets are there of Lawbeat. Can Lawbeat be asked to delete the tweets?” urged John.Prasad, on the other hand, said that an application can be moved by the accused, in which case the Court can consider passing orders. “What is appropriate is fair. I would request ma'am to move an application and Court can pass orders," he submitted.The Court is expected to pass an order on this aspect.