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In a move against online piracy, the Delhi High Court has directed Twitter to disclose the Basic Subscriber Information (BSI) of users sharing content from Shah Rukh Khan's latest movie, 'Jawan.' The court's intervention comes in response to a plea from the film's production company, seeking actions against those illegally disseminating the film's content.
The Delhi High Court has issued an injunction, asking Twitter to release the information of the users sharing leaked clips from 'Jawan.' The court has also requested removing such content from the platform to protect the copyright of the film's creators.
The order by the Delhi High Court will enable the production house to identify those infringing upon its copyright, as it aims to curtail piracy and protect its commercial interests. The order has been hailed as a significant step in India's fight against rampant online piracy, a recurring issue for the film industry.
The court's directive reminds of the legal consequences of engaging in such activities. The High Court has underlined that respect for intellectual property rights is essential in the digital age, with this move sending a clear signal to the perpetrators of online piracy.