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MIB proposes amendment to Cinematograph Act to combat piracy

No online content is free of the hassle of battling piracy in India. The multi-million dollar film industry is arguably the most affected by piracy. Therefore, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting feels a necessity to have an enabling provision in the Cinematograph Act, 1952.

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Comment: DNPA formation raises key questions & upsets independent publishers

MUMBAI: Nutralite’s latest campaign is an interactive YouTube video by India’s favourite master chef Sanjeev Kapoor inviting users to choose their ingredients and guide him on making the recipe. The video will have multiple ingredient options and different users could choose their own favourite...

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BBC launches service connecting TV, radio and online content

MUMBAI: UK pubcaster The BBC has launched Connected Red Button.

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Online content spend in the US nears $1 billion

MUMBAI: This is good news for those wondering about the health of paid content on the net. The Online Publishers Association (OPA) in the US has released its Paid Content U.S. Market Spending Report covering Q1 and Q2 of 2005. The study, conducted by comScore Networks, determined that consumer...

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