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Introduction: The concept of statutory licensing was introduced in the Copyright Act vide the 2012 amendments, however, it received its actual opportunity of practical application in 2020, after the applications for statutory licensing of sound recordings were filed by the radio broadcasters before the IPAB. The order dated 31.12.2020 passed by...
A division bench of the Bombay High Court comprising Justice Gauri Godse and Justice G.S. Patel has affirmed the interim order passed by Justice S.J. Kathawalla of the Bombay High Court ruled that Section 31D of the Copyright Act, 1957 (“the Act”) is restricted to traditional non-internet based radio...
The Single bench of Justice S.J. Kathawalla of the Bombay HC has ruled upon many crucial issues with respect to internet streaming on OTT platforms and its implications on the Statutory Licensing provided under Section 31D of the Copyright Act in the case of Tips Industries ltd. v. Wynk...
In a copyright infringement suit filed by Sony Music, Bombay High Court has granted an ad-interim injunction in favour of Sony Music against KAL Radio thereby restraining them from broadcasting / communicating the content of Sony Music (Indian and International repertoire) on its FM radio stations, without complying the...

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