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IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (APRIL 8-14, 2024)

Mumbai Court refuses to stay release of Hindi film Maidaan A Mumbai court on April 8, refused to grant a stay on the release of...

Tennessee’s Elvis Act: Protecting the voice of an Artist

If you listen to this song, it is easy to think that the song was made by Drake, but the truth is it wasn’t....

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (APRIL 1-7, 2024)

TV Today moves Delhi High Court challenging provision of the IT Rules, 2021 After a third party complaint alleging copyright infringement led to the blocking...

Fact Check Unit: A Prelude to government censorship?

Recently, the Supreme Court of India, stayed the Fact Check Unit notification issued by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) on March...

Government Releases Guidelines for Accessibility in Cinema Theatres

The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) recently on 15th March 2024 introduced guidelines aimed at enhancing accessibility standards for persons with hearing and...

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (March 25- 31, 2024)

Madras High Court judge recuses from Ilayaraaja copyright case Madras High Court judge Justice R Subramanian on March 25 recused from hearing an appeal suit...

EU’s AI Act: Navigating dangers of Artificial Intelligence

Introduction In December 2023, the European Union (“European Union”) took a significant step forward in addressing concerns about artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies....

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (MARCH 18-24, 2024)

8 global entertainment companies move the Delhi HC against three alleged “rogue cyberlocker websites” for unauthorisedly hosting copyrighted content Eight leading global entertainment companies -...

Advisory by MeitY on Artificial Intelligence Deployment

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) recently on 15th March, 2024 issued a revised advisory concerning the deployment of artificial intelligence (AI)...

PARTIALLY DISMISSED: TREMBLAY, SARAH SILVERMAN v. OPEN AI

Background The famous comedian and author Sarah Silverman (Silverman et al v. OpenAI, Inc. et al, 23-cv-3416), and the famous author Paul Tremblay (Tremblay et...

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