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Ashima Obhan: Challenger, Seeker & Achiever
The relevance of teachers in shaping young minds is immeasurable. A good teacher goes beyond textbooks, and can be instrumental in shaping a person's opinion, values and much more.
India
9 Oct 2019
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Regulation And Certification Of Digital Media And Entertainment Platforms
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.
India
2 Oct 2019
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Evolution Of Celebrity Endorsements In India
Celebrity endorsement has been a key aspect of Indian marketing evidenced by the fact that close to 50% of endorsements in India feature celebrities as compared to around 20% in the U.S.
India
2 Aug 2019
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Intellectual Property Rights In Movie / Comic Characters
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.
India
5 Jun 2019
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Priyanka Chaudhari Joins Netflix As The Legal Director And Senior Counsel!
Netflix is an American media service provider that has been leading the path of digital media and content since 1997.
India
3 Jun 2019
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May The Best Man Win: ECI's Social Media Code Of Conduct
The 2014 General Elections saw a new kind of election campaigning.
India
21 May 2019
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A Frightening Case Of Digital Piracy In The Entertainment Industry
Copyright piracy is a threat to the creative liberty of artists.
India
17 May 2019
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Electoral Laws & Digital Media
Media, being considered as the fourth pillar of democracy is one of the most important weapons being used especially during elections.
India
9 May 2019
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TikTok Controversy In India: Reasons Behind Imposing Ban And Then Lifting Up The Ban
The most popular video-sharing app TikTok, is presently trending in India for an altogether different reason.
India
8 May 2019
10
Online Music Licensing In India (PLUS) And How Is This A Revolutionary Change?
Technology is taking over our daily lives at an unprecedented scale, but is our laws & the legal systems revamping itself at a similar scale, is the question of the hour.
India
1 May 2019
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Glorification Of Stalking In Bollywood
According to the National Crime Records Bureau, the number of stalking cases in 2015 was 6,266.
India
22 Apr 2019
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Madras High Court Directs The Government To Prohibit Downloading Of TikToc App
Social media has transformed the world today, especially for young minds. From meeting in person and knowing someone has been replaced by sending friend requests to liking a post.
India
4 Apr 2019
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"The Live Streaming Of Supreme Court's Case Proceedings": A Hide And Seek Of Article 19 And Article 21?
The Constitution of India confirms the social dignity of an Indian Citizen by underpinning the fundamental rights. Right to ‘Equality', ‘Freedom', ‘Cultural and Educational rights', ‘Freedom of religion' and ‘Constitutional remedies' ...
India
19 Mar 2019
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Self-Regulation Is A Better Approach For Regulation Of Media & Entertainment Sector: I&B Secretary
Secretary, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Amit Khare has said that self-regulation is a better approach for regulation of media & entertainment sector.
India
8 Mar 2019
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Copyright Infringement In Video Games
The Court observed that the balance of hardships favors Take-Two.
India
5 Mar 2019
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Zee Violates Personality Rights Of Editor-In-Chief Of IndiaTV
The right of publicity extends beyond the traditional limits of false advertising laws.
India
8 Feb 2019
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Modern Day Law for the Modern Indian Cinema ( Indian Cinematograph Bill, 2018 {Insights , Highlights, Proposals, Drawback, Analysis})
Manto was Indo-Pakistani author who remained controversial throughout his life for his "so called" provocative, obscene stories.
India
7 Feb 2019
18
IAMAI's Self-Regulatory Code For Curated Content Providers: Hits And Misses
The Code is also silent about the advertisement of any content (on the platforms) which is suitable for older audiences only.
India
29 Jan 2019
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Monetising The Digital Space
With the world having shifted gears from the physical format to the digital space monetisation opportunities, while they will always exist for content creators, appear to be miniscule, in comparison...
India
17 Jan 2019
20
Hurting Sentiments?
It is now a common trend or rather has become a ritual for various interest groups to raise their voice against a particular scene or a depiction of a character in a movie/web series.
India
17 Jan 2019
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