Infringers cannot be permitted to seek shelter under Telegram’s policies merely on the ground that its physical server is in Singapore. If the protection of copyright is not evolved as per the changing times, it would have a chilling effect on the progressive initiatives taken by educators in sharing their materials and ensuring accessibility.
Delhi High Court: Pratibha M Singh, J. directed Telegram and Mega that whenever unauthorized and illegal content, relating to the copyrighted data
Bombay High Court: RI Chagla J. granted an ad-interim injunction in favour of the producers of the film “Janhit Mein Jaari” and
Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI): SK Mohanty, Whole Time Member, while acting immediately on the matter, was of the opinion that
Delhi High Court: Jasmeet Singh, J., held that plaintiff made out a strong prima facie case and the balance of convenience also
Delhi High Court: Mukta Gupta, J., directed “Telegram” to take down the channels that are infringing plaintiff’s rights and granted ad-interim injunction to