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The Government has Appointed Nodal Officers to Curb Film Piracy

  • Thakur said the Cinematograph Act, of 2023, has arrangements to force solid punishments on those enjoying film robbery.
  • The punishments incorporate a base prison term of 90 days and a fine of Rs 3 lakh.
  • “We have satisfied a major interest of the business,” Data and Broadcasting Priest Anurag Thakur told correspondents here.

In a bid to check movie robbery, the public authority on Friday said it has designated nodal officials who have been enabled to give bearings to bring down pilfered content from computerized stages.

This move by the Service of Data and Broadcasting has given an institutional instrument to make a move against film robbery which is assessed to make media outlets misfortunes the tune of Rs 20,000 crore consistently.

Government Appointed Nodal Officers

He said the public authority has designated 12 nodal officials in the Service of Data and Broadcasting and the Focal Department of Film Affirmation (CBFC) with whom protests connected with film robbery can be stopped and move will be made in 48 hours or less.

Authorities said any unique copyright holder or any individual approved by them for the reason can record a protest with the nodal officials to bring down pilfered content from YouTube, Wire channels, sites, or other web-based stages.

The copyright holder should submit confirmation of proprietorship, for example, the endorsement given by the CBFC with the protest for speedier activity.

Preparation correspondents about the move, I&B Secretary Apurva Chandra said if an objection is not raised by an individual holding the copyright or isn’t approved by the copyright holder, the nodal official can hold hearings to choose the validity of the grumbling before giving bearings to bring down the substance.

Parliament passed the Cinematograph (Change) Bill during the Storm Meeting to resolve issues connecting with film accreditation, unapproved recording and show of movies, and film robbery by transmission of unapproved duplicates on the web and force severe punishments for robbery.

The most extreme prison term could stretch out as long as three years and the fine could depend on five percent of the evaluated gross creation cost of the film.

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