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Combating Online Piracy of Live Sports Broadcasts

By Nanda Chalam Regulating the dissemination and consumption of proprietary content on the internet has been an extraordinary challenge for rights holders and law enforcement agencies in recent years. In its short history of a few decades, the internet has grown exponentially into a borderless, virtual...

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The Impact of Digital Piracy on Sport

By Dr. Clinton Free Rapid changes in technology, including increased broadband penetration, the development of online streaming platforms and advances in mobile infrastructure, now mean that live audio-visual content can be viewed on a growing range of devices by a burgeoning number of users worldwide. While...

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Mandatory Sharing, News Access and Fair Use Standards

By Roshan Gopalakrishna and Vidya Narayanaswamy In this article, we describe and summarise the current state of Indian law and international standards in relation to the right to broadcast official content from sporting events. This module will discuss the current legal framework in India insofar as...

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News Access Guidelines – What’s the Fuss About?

By Nandan Kamath ANY major sporting event is made possible through the commercial participation of sponsors, partners and broadcasters that are each granted certain exclusive rights and privileges by the organiser of the event in exchange for their financial and other support. Protecting the interests of...

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