Investigating the improper use of brief video excerpts from legal proceedings on social media Chandrachud, C.J.

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud announced that they are probing into small clips of court proceedings that are edited without context and posted on social media platforms . The Supreme Court had the copyright to live-streaming of court proceedings .

New Delhi, India (India), November 25: On Friday, Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud announced that they are probing into small clips of court proceedings that are edited without context and posted on social media platforms.These ten-second clips etc.are often without context.We're looking at it, CJI DY Chandrachud said.The CJI said he had to safeguard the integrity of the judiciary system and that the Supreme Court had the copyright to live-streaming of court proceedings.The court was debating a petition seeking the proper use of the live-streaming system across the High Courts.

Indira Jaising, a senior advocate, told the bench that her senior has dragged her attention to a few clips of hearings on Instagram that were otherwise unrelated.CJI DY Chandrachud told the court that there are requirements for copyright laws and some monitoring of social media, as part of the e-committee initiative to create their own livestreaming platform, and that currently the top court is using the NIC platform for live broadcasting of Constitution bench cases, while High Courts are currently using YouTube.The court also announced that it would send out a letter of intent and involve an agency to establish the necessary regulatory infrastructure to live-stream

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