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On The Delhi High Court Judgment Granting STAR Rights To Cricket Scores – Part 2

Corrigendum: The judgment defines mobile rights as follows: "Mobile Activation Rights means the right to make available any form of BCCI-branded schedule; match and score alert and application exploited via SMS, MMS or any other form of Mobile Communications Technology or Mobile Wireless Technology; It is clarified that no other form of exploitation would be permitted such as competition, game, fantasy event, predictor game, application or other activation which are expressly prohibited. Mobile Rights means the Mobile Activation Rights and the right to deliver or provide access to the Feed or Footage, the Audio Feed, any Unilateral Commentary and Unilateral Coverage in the Territory during the Rights Period, for reception and viewing in an intelligible form on a Mobile Device where the communication link(s) used in such delivery comprises, at least in part, Mobile Communications Technology and/or Mobile Broadcast Technology but excluding Television Delivery and Internet Delivery." The exclusion of Internet delivery should suggest that providing information on the Internet and to mobile apps is allowed. We should have taken this into account before presenting the analysis below. Earlier: A few things to consider following the Delhi High Court's landmark judgment in the Hot News, giving STAR India limited (more on the case here), exclusive rights to the dissemination of Cricket scores and ball by ball commentary: - Freedom of press to report not applicable to continuous live updates? The judgment states that "Therefore, it is amply clear that the dissemination of the ball-by-ball or minute-by-minute updates at a premium cannot…

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