India Today Group accuses Newslaundry of uploading copyrighted material

India Today Group has accused Newslaundry of uploading infringing, violating copyrights, and exploiting commercially disparaging material on their own website. The copyright suit comes nearly a month after Newslaundry claimed that YouTube froze its channel after the India Today Group had reported multiple copyright violations. The suit filed in the Delhi High Court also seeks an order to have 34 articles published on the Newslaundry website and 65 videos on the portal’s YouTube channel. The suit further seeks similar action against social media content related to these articles and videos posted on Newslaundry’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. TV Today Group has also asked the Delhi High Court to restrain Newslaundry and its journalists from stealing India Today Group content for its own purposes.

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