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OTT regulation: SC stays all petitions in high courts

KOLKATA: The Supreme Court has stayed all proceedings dealing with petitions filed on the matter of content regulation on OTT platforms. The court will hear the matter in two weeks after Holi.  A bench headed by justice DY Chandrachud passed the order while hearing a plea by advocate Shashank...

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'Potential to undermine media freedom': Editors Guild on new IT rules

The Editors Guild of India has raised concerns about the Indian government’s new Information Technology rules, saying they will “fundamentally alter” and put “unreasonable restrictions” on digital media.

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SC favours OTT guidelines, says screening needed

KOLKATA: The Supreme Court on Thursday remarked that there should be pre-censorship of OTT content like films while hearing a plea by Amazon Prime Video India originals head Aparna Purohit. She had moved the apex court challenging Allahabad high court order denying anticipatory bail to her in...

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Allahabad HC stays arrest of Mirzapur writers & directors

NEW DELHI: The Allahabad high court has granted protection from arrest to the writers and directors of Amazon Prime Video’s popular web-series Mirzapur in connection with a case lodged against them for hurting regional and religious sentiments with the depiction of the town of Mirzapur in the show.

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SC sends notice to Twitter, govt to check spread of fake news

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has issued notice on a petition filed by BJP leader Vinit Goenka, seeking direction to the Union government to devise a mechanism to check fake news and instigative messages being circulated on social media giant Twitter. The plea pinpointed "bogus accounts" that are...

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