Delhi High Court
Case BriefsHigh Courts

The present case is a classic example of typo-squatting, which relies on mistakes or typos made by internet users at the time of entering a website address/URL on the web browser and is bound to create confusion in the minds of the consumers.

Case BriefsTribunals/Commissions/Regulatory Bodies

The Tribunal while upholding the impugned order passed by CCI dated 20-10-2022, set aside 4 key directions issued in paragraphs 617.3, 617.9, 617.10 and 617.7.

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Case BriefsSupreme Court

The Supreme Court had reservation to express its opinion on the merits of the case which would otherwise affect the proceedings pending before NCLAT and stated that the findings of the CCI at the interlocutory stage was neither without jurisdiction nor suffered from any error which would necessitate interference in the appeal.

Delhi High Court
Case BriefsHigh Courts

The application was filed to restrain social media platforms from sharing the sexually explicit video of a judicial officer that was being circulated over the internet. Therefore, the Delhi High Court had taken up the suit on urgent mentioning and in the light of imminent and irreparable harm that was likely to be caused to the plaintiff.