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In the recent few months, artificial intelligence products such as Midjourney, Stability AI and ChatGPT have taken the forefront in terms of innovation in technology. These “AI Generative Tools” are designed to respond to text-based inputs and generate images, pictures or information. The tools can generate works that can...
Introduction: In TVF Media Labs Private Limited & Ors vs the State , the Delhi High Court strongly objected to the ‘obscene’ and ‘profane’ language used in the web series, ‘College Romance’ based on college friendships and relationships. The Court upheld an order of the Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM)...
AI-generated artwork has been on the rise for quite some time with varied experiments such as Walter Thompson’s The Next Rembrandt and Obvious’ Edmond De Balamy both of which required a sophisticated software specially designed for this purpose, a varied dataset and a collective of intellectuals all working towards...
While the global media and entertainment (M&E) sector has seen recovery as well as significant growth after the pandemic, online piracy has also been growing with estimates that the illegal pirate video services will be a $67 billion industry by 2023. Between January 2022 and August 2022, a significant...
In the past two years, the Central Government has slowly but steadily moved towards the decriminalisation of offences based on industry feedback that antiquated laws hamper the ease of doing business in India. There is also a school of thought that decriminalising certain economic offences will reduce the immense...
One industry that took off massively during the pandemic was the media and entertainment industry, and with the content churned out by the platforms day in and day out, it has become crucial to upgrade the legislative ecosystem to keep up with the evolution. One such issue that was...
With the rapid expansion of digital technology, internet piracy has only increased and has therefore become a major concern for the creative community which includes writers, performers, lyricists and copyright owners. According to a June 2019 study conducted by the Global Innovation Policy Centre (an affiliate of the U.S....
ABOUT AUTHOR: Ms. Rabia Bari, Associate, Charts & Anti Piracy, Indian Music Industry (IMI) Introduction Nudge theory is not a panacea to the problem of digital music piracy but can be an additional remedy to combat digital piracy in the Indian recorded music industry. This blog is based on IMI findings and...
“Rachnatmak Bharat, Abhinav Bharat” (Creative India, Innovative India)- this slogan was the backbone of the National IPR Policy (hereinafter referred to as Policy) that was launched on 12th May, 2016. To realise this objective, the Policy focussed on various facets of intellectual property development, ranging from the commercialisation of...
The BCCI will be conducting the IPL Media rights auction any time now and per newspaper reports the bidding will be fierce given that both TV broadcasters and tech giants will be putting in their bids. The last time the final bid for 5 years was a whopping Rs...

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