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The MIB has sought to undertake the ginormous task of regularising and certifying the content available on various entertainment platforms and digital media in general, more particularly referred to as the over the top platforms.
Obhan & Associates
The scope of public internet that started back in the 1980s has grown over the decades. It allows a telecom subscriber to access almost all the services required for information, ...
LexOrbis
The Delhi Court has recently held that the word DISH may be generic to the business of cooked food or utensils, but surely not to providing television service.
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The Cable Television Network regulation Act, 1995, prohibits the telecast of obscene content on television.
Singh & Associates
Character merchandising is a marketing method by which goods or services similar or related to the well-known real or imaginary character are made for appealing the customers.
Khaitan & Co
Furthermore, it was argued that in Section 13(1) the word ‘original' was not used with respect to cinematograph films.
Khurana and Khurana
Thus, it would be fine to say that the suggested Amendments are well framed and thought of to achieve its objective.
R. K. Dewan & Co
COMPOSER: "composer", in relation to a musical work, means the person who composes the music regardless of whether he records it in any form of graphical notation;
STA Law Firm
Censorship is defined by the Oxford Dictionary as the ‘prohibition or suppression of any part of the news, books, films, etc. that are considered politically unacceptable, obscene, or a threat to security.'
LexOrbis
Giving tough competition to the climate, the Cricket World Cup Fever is soaring high on the temperature scale. Every brilliant shot is already in the headlines
Singhania & Co
With great popularity comes its own set of rights commonly known as personality rights.
King, Stubb & Kasiva
The copyright regime is governed by the Copyright Act, 1957 ("Act") and the Copyright Rules, 2013.
Obhan & Associates
In response to the dramatic changes brought about in content sharing and broadcasting through technological advancements in the digital era, the DPIIT has proposed to amend the Copyright Rules.
Nishith Desai Associates
On May 30, 2019, the draft Copyright (Amendment) Rules, 2019 ("Draft Rules") were released for public comments. The press release accompanying the Draft Rules indicated that they were introduced
Khurana and Khurana
TiVo is one of the prominent leaders in the field of broadcast services
R. K. Dewan & Co
Channel 2 alleged that the Defendant's attempt to stream the World Cup, 2019 will lead to irreparable losses which they in the past have incurred at various instances.
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
The media and entertainment industry in India enjoyed a stellar performance in 2018, with the film segment expanding by 12.2% to reach an annual revenue of INR 174.5 billion.
Trilegal
The Competition Commission of India has gained significant expertise in assessing complex mergers and acquisitions since the merger control provisions of the Competition Act, 2002 were enforced in 2011.
Khaitan & Co
The Ministry has sought comments on the Draft Amendments, which may be submitted till 29 June 2019.
Khurana and Khurana
From being created in comics to being incorporated in television and movies, characters like Iron Man, Hulk, Mickey Mouse, ChottaBheem, Shaktiman, Wonder Woman, Harry Potter, Ben 10 have become a part of our daily lives.
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LexOrbis
The word "original" has not been defined in the Copyright Act, 1957 ("the Act"), but has derived its connotation through case laws.
LexOrbis
The Delhi Court has recently held that the word DISH may be generic to the business of cooked food or utensils, but surely not to providing television service.
IndusLaw
The media and entertainment industry has consistently grown and continues to grow at a global level, particularly with the advent of new mediums for distribution, supported by dynamic technological advancements.
LexCounsel Law Offices
The MIB has sought to undertake the ginormous task of regularising and certifying the content available on various entertainment platforms and digital media in general, more particularly referred to as the over the top platforms.
Obhan & Associates
The scope of public internet that started back in the 1980s has grown over the decades. It allows a telecom subscriber to access almost all the services required for information, ...
Khurana and Khurana
There are various video-on-demand streaming (VOD) platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Hotstar etc. which provide online streaming services allowing people watch a wide-variety of contents ...
STA Law Firm
Censorship is defined by the Oxford Dictionary as the ‘prohibition or suppression of any part of the news, books, films, etc. that are considered politically unacceptable, obscene, or a threat to security.'
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The Cable Television Network regulation Act, 1995, prohibits the telecast of obscene content on television.
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
The media and entertainment industry in India enjoyed a stellar performance in 2018, with the film segment expanding by 12.2% to reach an annual revenue of INR 174.5 billion.
Khurana and Khurana
In India The Copyright Act 1957 seems to be the lone warrior supporting the copyright owners.
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