Team Lawctopus sincerely thanks Prof. Shameek Sen and the contributing students for sharing the response to the consultation paper with us to help the readers know the pertinent and contemporary issues of Media Law.
The Law Commission of India had issued a Consultation Paper on Media Law on which it had invited public participation.
See the announcement published on Lawctopus here and Law Commission’s Paper here.
The 4th year students of Media Law of The West Bengal University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata had, under the guidance of Asst. Professor Shameek Sen, submitted a response to the Law Commission, covering all aspects of the consultation paper.
This collaborative paper has been submitted in response to the Law Commission of India’s notice, inviting recommendations from the stakeholders.
The paper proceeds in the order of the issues as dealt with by the Law Commission, and follows the pattern of describing the relevant situation, followed by recommendations in answer to specific questions laid down by the Law Commission.
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