Topical Highlights Dainik Jagran Sues Telegram for Copyright Infringement: Are Platforms or Group Admins Liable for Unlawful Speech on Closed Online Forums? Image from here Divij wrote on the matter of Dainik Jagran suing Telegram for copyright infringement for the circulation of ‘e-papers’ through open Telegram Channels. He analyzes the order that granted an interim... Continue Reading.
English Politician and also the former Prime Minister, Sir William Edwart Gladstone (1809-1898) quoted “Justice delayed is justice denied”. This phrase implies that denial of ‘Timely Justice’ amounts to ‘Denial of Justice’ itself. These two are integral to each other. Timely disposal of cases is essential for maintaining the rule of law and providing access... Continue Reading.
Image from here We’re pleased to bring to you another post by our intern, Bhavik Shukla, discussing whether the offence of copyright infringement under section 63 of the Copyright Act is cognizable or not. Through the post, he notes the impact of the classification of the offence on creativity and free speech. Bhavik is a... Continue Reading.
Image from here The difficulty in defining virtual/crypto-currencies and its accompanying challenges has been beautifully captured by the prolific raconteur Justice V. Ramasubramanian in a recent judgment examining the validity of the RBI’s position in respect of virtual currencies, as: “Any attempt to define what a virtual currency is, it appears, should follow the Vedic... Continue Reading.
Friday February 28, 2020. BY Sailee Pansare | Arbitration and Conciliation A three bench judge of the Supreme Court comprising of CJI S.A. Bobde, Justice BR Gavai and Justice Surya Kant in a recent judgment M/s Dharmaratnakara Rai Bahadur Arcot Narainswamy Mudaliar Chattram & Other Charities & Ors. Versus M/s Bhaskar Raju & Brothers &... Continue Reading.