T-Series sent notice to these social media video apps, copyright infringement is the reason


T-series has sent notice to many social media apps.

T-series has also warned many video apps to use their content on their platform.

new Delhi. Music company T-Series has sent notices to several social video apps, including Bolo Indya, Friends (Mitron), MX Player’s Takaat, (TakaTak) Triller and Josh. T-series has also warned these apps to use their content on their platform. Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited, a company operating under the name T-Series brand, has asked these apps to pay a loss of about Rs 3.5 crore and submit accounts of all revenue earned illegally.

The company has also given notice to China’s App Snack Video, which is operational in India and a lawsuit has been filed against the short-video app Roposo. When contacted, the Ira Law Firm appointed by T-Series confirmed the issuance of notice to these platforms.

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Gitanjali Vishwanathan, partner of IRA Law, said that the named video app has been given legal notice and a lawsuit has been filed against Roposo.(Also read- Not much is the cost of this Jhano plan! Jio gets 3GB data and free calling every day)

In response to an e-mail question, Speak Indya said that it does not offer audio and video library as a feature for users. Therefore, there is no basis for infringement of copyright rights of music. Triller declined to comment on the matter and other companies have not yet responded to a question in this regard.


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