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In a copyright infringement lawsuit, a Bengaluru court ordered Twitter to temporarily restrict. The accounts of the Congress party and its Bharat Jodo Yatra campaign. The commercial court ruled that if Congress. Leaders are not prohibited from using music from KGF-2 without permission. It will “promote piracy” and create “irreparable harm” to the plaintiff. Regarding Twitter the appointment of a commissioner, the court stated, “This court is satisfied that if a commissioner is not appointed to perform a local inspection.

The purpose of obtaining an injunction would be the thwaputer Section. Commercial Court, Bengaluru, is appointed as the Local Commissioner to visit the websites of defendants 1 through 3, and conduct an electronic audit.  Preserve any infringing materials that are present in the aforementioned social media platforms. He will also prepare an inventory of these materials and store them on the court’s system and a separate CD.

Additionally, it permitted the plaintiff’s representatives to. “Take photographs or videos of the commission sessions” while accompanying the Technical Commissioner.

In response, Congress stated that it was “pursuing all available legal measures”

Three prominent Congressmen, including Rahul Gandhi, were arrested on Friday. November 4, for allegedly using music from the popular Kannada movie “KGF-2” without permission during the Bharat Jodo Yatra. Gandhi, Jairam Ramesh, and Supriya Shrinate are the targets of the FIR. Which was filed at the Yashwanthpur police station in accordance with the Copyright Act, and the Information Technology Act.  The Indian Penal Code. M Naveen Kumar, the manager of MRT music. The company that holds the rights to the songs from KGF-2, filed the lawsuit.

Gandhi, Jairam Ramesh, and Supriya Shrinate were targets of the FIR. Which was filed at the Yashwanthpur police Station in accordance with the Copyright Act, the Information Technology Act, and the Indian Penal Code. M Naveen Kumar, the manager of MRT music, the company that holds the rights to the songs from KGF-2, filed the lawsuit.

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