IAMAI sets up self-regulatory body to govern OTT platforms


OTT platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime & Hotstar have in the past few months faced multiple objections on the airing of uncensored content.


With government control over content shown on OTT platforms a matter of debate, the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) is setting up a self-regulatory body to keep an eye on the content of OTT platforms, will be chaired by Justice A P Shah.


DCCF, which will be acting as a single point of contact for all complaints from users, will provide guidance to the platform on the classification of content and descriptors.

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