Over the Top Platform’ Regulations: Is an Abuse of Fundamental Rights

  • Ankit
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    PhD Student at Sharda University, School of Law, Greater Noida, India

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It is critical to establish an optimal regulatory structure capable of balancing transportation and content on the online digital media needs. Unlike the traditional liberal establishment, offences related to Article 19 of the Indian Constitution are recognised as primarily active and appropriate restraints as a single limitation. Digital/online media will alter the landscape. The regulatory framework for content available on O.T.T. platforms has been discussed. The extent and applicability of regulatory measures are no longer determined by Indian courts. It would be unfair to have the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology run the entire show. However, current regulatory mechanisms are not burdensome, particularly when applied to traditional media such as television and film. These rules must be initiated by courts and ministries to be successful. Consider whether the regulatory system's goal and the consistency of the law governing traditional media content are linked.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 2, Page 1036 - 1043

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.112914

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