The Supreme Court of India on Friday said that it was examining how to curb the misuse of videos of court proceedings that were clipped and uploaded on the internet without context. .A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud revealed the same while a hearing a plea seeking proper implementation of live streaming of proceedings across High Courts..Senior Advocate Indira Jaising emphasised the importance of copyright regulations and social media monitoring. She told the Court that her juniors informed her that clips of court hearings are being posted to the internet without context."There needs to be copyright rules. There can be some monitoring of social media. As per original judgment, copyright is with the Supreme Court of India. My juniors tell me that small clips of hearings are put on Instagram without context," she stated.Stating that the copyright was in fact with the Supreme Court, CJI Chandrachud said that to maintain the sanctity of the judicial institution, the Court was looking into the issue of clips on the internet that are often without context."Sometimes, these clips are taken out of context and I have to maintain the sanctity of the judicial institution as well. These 10 seconds clips etc often are without context. We are looking into it," he added..The apex court, with the assistance of National Informatics Centre (NIC), plans to have its own platform to livestream its proceedings which can then be carried to the High Courts as well. .During the hearing, Jaising suggested adopting the Karnataka High Court model, where the video conference link is in the causelist and can be accessed from anywhere.The Court told the Registry to look into the suggestion and directed the case to be listed in the third week of January.