The Supreme Court and the National Informatics Center (NIC) currently do not have “adequate technical and infrastructure” to live-stream court proceedings without third-party applications. On the petition of RSS thinker KN Govindacharya, the apex court’s registry said this in response to the former RSS’s petition. The 2018 judgment sought to direct a special arrangement with YouTube to protect copyright on live-streaming proceedings of the court.
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“Technology is constantly improving and respondent No.1 (SC Registry) is continuously working to develop a self-sustaining system. It may be brought to the notice of the Hon’ble Court that not only the Registry, but the NIC Supreme Court Computer Also, at present, there is not enough technical and infrastructure space to host live streaming completely on its own without third party applications and solutions, SAIL Registrar HS Jaggi said in an affidavit.
Govindacharya, through advocate Virag Gupta, submitted that live streaming of Supreme Court proceedings should be done as per the Supreme Court judgment on the issue, which held that copyright on live-streamed proceedings cannot be surrendered and The data can neither be monetized nor used commercially by platforms like YouTube in the present case.
The registrar said in the affidavit that the apex court’s registry is continuously working towards achieving the goal of a “self-reliant, self-sustaining and self-sustaining live-streaming platform”. Mention the methods being adopted. It added that the computer cell of the Supreme Court is dependent on the latest VC hardware and infrastructure with its video conferencing platform, Cisco, WebEx.
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