News & Media 6th Jan 2024

What Indian Media Can Do to Tackle Misuse of Content By AI

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Abhay Chattopadhyay Partner | New Delhi | Noida

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The New York Times recently filed a lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft, alleging that their AI chatbots used NYT’s content without permission and attributed wrong information to the media company. This raises questions about the legal rights of Indian media houses in similar situations.

Abhay Chattopadhyay, Partner, Economic Laws Practice (ELP) says “There are two ways an entity can use copyrighted work: obtaining a licence from the copyright owner or engaging in fair use as per Section 52 of the Copyright Act, 1957” in the NDTV Profit’s article “What Indian Media Can Do To Tackle Misuse Of Content By AI” authored by Charu Singh on the applicability of the copyright law in India.

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