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Viacom18 Vs FairPlay: Betting Platform Operator Arrested For Unlawfully Streaming IPL 2023

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Viacom18 Vs FairPlay: Betting Platform Operator Arrested For Unlawfully Streaming IPL 2023
  1. Gulam Abbas Muni was arrested on December 12 by the cyber crime unit of the Maharashtra Police for his involvement with the betting platform FairPlay India.
  2. Viacom18 lodged a complaint against FairPlay, its proprietors, and distributors, accusing them of copyright infringement, criminal conspiracy, cheating, and other offenses related to unlawfully streaming IPL matches on their platform.
  3. The accusations against FairPlay revolve around the unlawful streaming of IPL matches, a violation of intellectual property rights (IPRs) owned by Viacom18, a company backed by Reliance.
  4. Viacom18’s criminal complaint led to the arrest of Gulam Abbas Muni by the Maharashtra Cyber Digital Crime Unit (MCDCU) for his alleged involvement in the IPL-related intellectual property infringement case.
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