Giving tough competition to the climate, the Cricket World Cup Fever is soaring high on the temperature scale. Every brilliant shot is already in the headlines, before it even makes it back to the ground. Whilst the crowd is praying for the homecoming of the beloved trophy, the stakeholders are marching forward and building strong defence to defeat any possible attacks on their intellectual property rights that inevitably ensue during such colossal events. The Delhi High court in its order dated June 03, 2019 issued an ex-parte interim injunction against unauthorized Audio Broadcast of ICC World Cup 2019. The suit was filed by Channel 2 Group Corporation on the apprehension of a likely abuse of its audio rights, against a number of Defendants including various websites, radio channels, internet service providers and also unknown defendants by praying for a John Doe/Ashok Kumar Order.
Delhi High Court injuncts unauthorised audio broadcast of ICC World Cup by various websites and radio channels by Aprajita Nigam and Omesh Puri