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Microsoft and OpenAI sued by the Center for Investigative Reporting for Copyright InfringementMicrosoft and OpenAI sued by the Center for Investigative Reporting for Copyright Infringement



Last Thursday, June 27, 2024, the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) filed a lawsuit against OpenAI and its largest shareholder, Microsoft, in the U.S. District Court of Southern District of New York. The lawsuit accuses the tech giants of using CIR’s copyrighted material without authorization.

Ed Sheeran in Copyright WarEd Sheeran in Copyright War



Ed Sheeran is a world-renowned singer, songwriter, and composer. He has become a household name owing to hits like “Perfect”, “Shape of You”, “Castle on the Hill”, “Photograph” etc. His music is characterised by easy-to-understand lyrics and soft yet catchy tunes. Looking back, his career

copyright and broadcaster'srights

Copyright and Broadcaster’s rightsCopyright and Broadcaster’s rights



What is a broadcast? The Copyright Act, 1957 originally used the term ‘radio-diffusion’ under section 2(v) to include communication to the public through any means of wireless diffusion in sound or visual form or both. Later, the 1983 amendment replaced the term ‘radio diffusion’ for