Communication, Media, Entertainment and Technology (CMET)

RMLNLU LAW Journal

Communication, Media, Entertainment and Technology (CMET)

(Peer Reviewed Law Journal)

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Volume

Content

Page No.

 

 

Volume 7
2020

Articles

Page. No. 

  • What does it Take to be a Human Being: Issues of Conferring Citizenship and Civil Rights on 'Intelligent Machines'-- Ravi Shankar Pandey

1

  • Victims of the Virtual Vortex: Regulating the Video Game Industry in India
--- Aaroha Kulkarni

18

  • Tackling Illegal Sports Streaming: Time to Strengthen the Copyright Regime?
--- Prerana Agarwal

33

  • To Censor or Not to Censor: Regulation of Content on OTT Media Platforms in India
--- Astha Pandey and Pranjal Pandey

46

 

 

Volume 6
2019

Articles

 

  • Simple Amendments, Clipped Democracies and No Privacy - Need for Informed Participation-- Smriti Kanwar

1

  • Influence of Technology on Sports: A Policy Based Perspective
--- Wilfred Synrem

19

  • Blockchain and Cryptocurrency in the Indian Paradigm:  A  Suggestive Model
---Anomitra Debnath and Trikansh Kher

43

  • Taxing the E-Commerce Transaction - A Long Road to Go
---Muhammed Yasil

65

  • Internet Humour and Crime: A Struggle Between Freedom and Offence
---Apurv Shaurya

77

  • Artificial Intelligence As the New Creator - Changing Dimensions in Copyright Law
---Narayani Anand

103

 

 

Volume 5
2018

Articles

 

  • Character Merchandising : From Mickey Mouse to Chhota Bheem
    ---Sugandha Chowdhry and Abhishresth Goswami

1

  • Claiming a Fintech Patent Relying on the use of the Blockchain Technology as one of its Essential Components: Role of Free and Open Source Software in Claiming Such Patent- a Global Legal Perspective
    ---Pranav Rai and Kshitij Kumar Rai

16

  • Colour Marks in the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry : An Analysis From I and Competition Perspective
---Aanchal Kesari and Tanisha Agarwal

29

  • Behavioural Dvertising and Data Protection
---Pallavi Khanna

40

  • An Immediate Panacea for Patentee: Establishment of Prima Facie Case
---Deepriya Snehi and Sadeeq Sherwani

50

  • Right Not to Be Mimicked
---Teeshta Bissa and Shishira Prakash

60

  • Scanning Your Way In: An Analysis of Legal Framework Around Collection and Treatment of Biometric Data
---Arushi Gupta and Sanchit

72

  • The World of Carry on and Dojinshi: An Analysis in Light of Copyright Issues
---Priyanka Sunjay

92

  • Data Localisation and Enforcement of the Right to Privacy

---Vishal Rakhecha and Chittkrishna Thakkar

102

 

 

Volume 4
2017

Articles

 

  • Intermediary Liability in USA and India: To Block or not to Block
    -Shounak Banerjee

1

  • The Thin Line Between Comparative Advertisement and Product Disparagement -Utkarsh Singh & Arushi Moza

21

  • Bitcoin- Rise of the Decentralised Currency and its Scope in India
    -Abhay Singh Rajput & Abhimanyu Yadav

54

  • The Censorious Scissors
    -Yamini Sharma & Sonya Mohan

55

  • Cyberterrorism: An Analysis with an Indian Perspective
    -Aditya Goyal

74

Volume 3
2016

Articles

  • Censorship in the Contemporary Digital Era: Manhandling of Literature by Law -Devershi Mishra & Komal Khare

1

  • Mass Digitalisation: Solution to United States
    -Durga Agarwal

13

  • Regulation of Concentrated Media Ownership: An Essential Step to Preserve Free Speech
    -Saksham Ojha

21

  • ‘Right to be Forgotten’, In The Case of Google Spain Sl, Google Inc. V Agencia Española De Protección De Datos, Mario Costeja González
    -Karmanya Dev Sharma

29

  • Creation and Management of University Industry Collaborations in South Asia
    -Sumit Sonkar & Parineet Kaur

41

  • Cinematography & Copyright: Exclusive Rights of the Producer Versus Recognition for Key Artists Laws in India
    -Supreet Gill Sidhu & Naina Khann

57

  • The Dirty Picture – The Prevalence of Piracy in Film Industry
    -Kartikey Gupta

83

  • The Legality of The Internet Shutdown Under Section 144 Of Code Of Criminal Procedure
    -Lovish Garg

106

Media’s Freedom of Speech and Expression and Independent Functionaries Dichotomy: The Fourth Pillar Put to Democratic Test

-Himanshu Rathee & Mehul Rathee

  122

Volume 2
2015

Articles

  • A Case in “Media Overreach”: Irresponsible MediaReporting and the Rights of Rehabilitated Offenders --- Rajiv Kumar Chaturvedi and Siddharth Chaturvedi

  • Rejuvenating Free Speech: Shreya Singhal v. Union of India --- Vishwanath Pratap Singh

17

  • Cross-Media Ownership- A Hazard to the Efficient Functioning of Media --- Prerana Agarwal

29

  • Media’s Hamartia: An Insight into its Lack of Consequences --- Vikhyat Oberoi and Ridhi Kukreja

41

  • Online Privacy v Piracy: Internet Service Providers Caught Between The Devil and The Sea --- Upkar Agrawal and Anmol Jassal

52

  • Emerging Trends in Publicity Rights in India: An Analysis under the Intellectual Property Laws in India --- Akansha Jumde and Manojna Yeluri

74

  • Net Neutrality: The Law that should be and the Law that isn’t --- Deesha Dalmia and Ravi Gangal

92

  • The Sad Demise of Sec 66A: The Invalid Validity --- Aarti Tolia

104

Volume 1
2014

Articles

  • The Music Industry in India 3600 of Separation from the Rest of the World? --- Abhishek Malhotra

1

  • Evolution of Political S.L.A.P.P. in India and Arbitrary Suppression of Freed of Speech --- Justin Jos and Proteek Debnath

6

  • Understanding Internet Memes: Like a Boss! --- Shivankar Sharma

15

  • Need for Regulation of Opinion/ Exit Polls: A Contemporaneous and Juxtaposed Analysis --- Sujoy Sur and Siddharth Sharma

26

  • Creativity Deficiency in the Indian Film Industry: A Study Highlighting the Copyright Laws in India and the Notable incidents of Infringements --- Pragalbh Bhardwaj

45

  • Click-Me Not: The Never-Ending Affair of Shutterbugs and Celebrities ---
    Aastha Mehta and Himaja Bhatt

59

  • A Comparative Analysis of Media Laws in UK and in India --- Nikhil Bansal

78