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India’s censorship body gave power to remove pirated Movies from platforms

India’s Ministry of Information and Broadcasting announced that its Film Censorship Board has been granted the power to remove pirated movies from platforms such as YouTube. The copyright owner, agent, “and/or any other person” may file a complaint by completing a paper form.

The department added that if the complainant is not the copyright owner or has not authorized the copyright owner, a personal hearing may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

India’s Motion Picture Camera (Amendment) Bill was first proposed in 2019 and aims to update the Motion Picture Camera Act of 1952 to better protect filmmakers. The main goal of these amendments is to reduce rampant online movie piracy, but also includes measures related to film certification.

The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting first drew attention to Section 6AB of the revised Film Act:

 No person shall use or abet the use of an infringing copy of any film for exhibition to the public for profit— (a) at any exhibition place not licensed under this Act or rules made thereunder; (b) under the Copyright Act 1957 or for the time being in force of any other law that constitutes copyright infringement.

“Furthermore, the newly inserted Section 7(1B)(ii) of the Cinematography Act provides that the government may take appropriate action to remove/disable access to such content displayed/hosted on the platform on the grounds of violation of Section 6AB above. Infringing copies,” the announcement added.

In the statement, officials directly mentioned YouTube and Telegram. “Under the revised film law, CBFC’s district officers have the power to issue orders to remove pirated films from any source such as Telegram and YouTube after receiving complaints. Platforms are required to take action within 48 hours and remove illegally reproduced content,” said a officials said.

The statement noted that non-copyright owners can also file complaints, and the same applies to people who remove infringing content without the authorization of the copyright owner.

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