The Times Of India has taken the lead in the fight against the copyright infringement of RSS link communications and has been actively enforcing the laws to fight it.
In an email, the Times of India said that it will now provide a reverse link notification to RSS link communications if they are found to be in violation of copyright law.
The notification will be sent by the Times Of India’s “legal team” and the notification will also be published on The Times OfIndia website.
In its notification, the Times of India said that RSS link communication that has been linked to by another website is not the same as RSS link and therefore cannot be linked to on the TimesOfIndia website without explicit permission from the author.
It added that RSS links should not be used to distribute RSS links, and RSS links can only be linked with the permission of the author in case of copyright violation.
The Times ofIndia has not mentioned in its notification whether the author of the RSS link is the same person that uploaded the RSS links.
However, it is likely that the RSS Link is linked to the same author because RSS Link messages are frequently shared on social media and RSS Link communication is widely used on WhatsApp.
This is not surprising as the RSS is a popular social networking platform used by millions of people.
The Times Of India said it has also been using a legal team to fight RSS link infringement, which it said has also included a senior member of The National Commission for Protection of Copyright.
The CMD is an official body tasked with protecting the copyright of the copyrighted works of human beings and creators of works which are protected by copyright law from being misused, distributed or for other unlawful purposes.