The Delhi High Court judgment, which said that Cricket scores and updates do not come under copyright, nor do property rights for information related to Cricket Matches exist, also includes segments from the contract signed between the Board for Control for Cricket In India (BCCI) and STAR on the 10th of August 2012, covering domestic BCCI International and Domestic series between 2012 and 2018. By virtue of being in the judgment, these details are now in the public domain, and you can view them here, starting with the last paragraph of Page 23, till the middle of Page 27. A brief overview of these rights and terms, based on what is in the judgement; in particular note the segment on exclusivity and archival rights: Definitions - Mobile Activation Rights are defined as BCCI branded schedule match and score alert and application via SMS, MMS or any other form of Mobile communications. The entity with these rights will not be allowed to exploit BCCI rights via "competition, game fantasy Event, predictor game, application", among other activation mechanisms prohibited. - Mobile Broadcast Technology covers wireless means of broadcast of audiovisual images to mobile devices via DVB-H, DAB, DMB-T, DMB-S, IDB-T and MediaFlo technology, GPRS, GSM, UMTS . - Mobile Rights covers Mobile Activation Rights and the right to provide Feed, Audio Feed, Unilateral Commentary and Unilateral Coverages, but this excludes television Television delivery and Internet Delivery Rights granted - The Television Rights, the Audio Rights, the Internet Rights, the Mobile Rights and…
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