Telegram has to adhere to Indian law, disclose details about channels involved in copyright infringement: Delhi High Court

The judge rejected Telegram’s submission that it being merely an intermediary, is not obliged to disclose the details of the originator of the information.
Telegram with Delhi High Court
Telegram with Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court has held that mobile messaging platform, Telegram has to adhere to Indian law and disclose details like IP addresses, mobile numbers and devices used in operating channels involved in copyright infringement if ordered by Indian courts [Neetu Singh & Anr v Telegram FZ LLC & Ors].

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