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AVIA supports IAMAI's implementation toolkit for self-regulation

KOLKATA: Amid talks of OTT regulation, the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) announced the adoption of a comprehensive implementation toolkit last week. The association said the move is a step forward from the Universal Self-Regulation Code it had launched in September. Asia Video...

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CII backs IAMAI’s OTT self-regulation toolkit

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has welcomed the toolkit for implementation of the code for self-regulation of online curated content providers brought out by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) last week.

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OTT platforms adopt new self-regulatory toolkit by IAMAI

KOLKATA: The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) today announced the adoption of a comprehensive Implementation Toolkit which is in furtherance to the Universal Self-Regulation Code for online curated content providers (OCCP) that was put in motion back in September 2020 but was met...

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IAMAI didn’t give adequate cognisance to content prohibited under law: Javadekar

KOLKATA: Talks of content regulation have taken centre-stage in the over-the-top (OTT) ecosystem. Recent controversies around major films and shows like Tandav, AK vs AK, A Suitable Boy among others have elicited concern from the regulatory side. Hopes of self-regulation have fizzled out with the...

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Online content and news finally comes under MIB's jurisdiction

KOLKATA: The meteoric rise of digital media has put high focus on how online content will be regulated. Until now there were no particular guidelines to regulate the exhibition of online content, even though talks have been going on for a long time. Now, the government has brought online news...

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