Delhi HC says two minutes sufficient to commercially exploit broadcasting rights in cricket matches Sai Krishna represents Star India against Idea Cellular Cricbuzz and OnMobileNovember 26 2012
In a judgment likely to have far-reaching implications, the Delhi High Court has dismissed a suit filed by Star India which had sought a restriction on the broadcast of any information emanating from the broadcast of a cricket match. It was Star India’s contention that cricket updates made via SMS (by the likes of Defendant Idea Cellular) or through the internet (by Defendant Piyush Agarawl of Cricbuzz) were in violation of the exclusive rights granted to Star India by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
In a judgment likely to . . .
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