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Work to biting nails to Netflix – What we learned and unlearned in 2020

Maybe we’ll still cough in public, not share spoons, or work from home sometimes. But we won't take our lipsticks, luxury and loneliness for granted.
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Why the world is out to de-fang Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google

Europe & US seem set on curbing the dominance of FAANG firms. There’s limited debate in India, where almost all of them have done deals with Jio.
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System of discipline needed on what is offered to viewers by OTT platforms — top I&B official

Joint secretary in the ministry Vikram Sahay says the govt will be in touch with the industry to work out a regulatory model acceptable to all.
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Govt’s OTT move aims to clearly define jurisdiction over content & platforms — I&B secy

I&B secretary Amit Khare said the decision to bring OTT platforms such as Hotstar & Netflix under the ministry was to ensure online and offline content is not treated differently.
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Modi govt’s plan to regulate digital media can hobble a growing industry if not done well

Until now, government's regulation of Indians' viewing habit and preferences applied to film and TV, with concerns focussed on national security. Digital streaming is uncharted territory.
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2021’s must-see drama — Streaming wars starring Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max among others

Netflix should enjoy its lonely winter at the top this year because by 2021, the movie market is going to look very different from January 2020.
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Why Netflix is planning to double its spending on original content in Asia

Netflix is seeking to cement its stronghold in Asia after the success of shows such as ‘Indian Matchmaking’ and ‘Kingdom’.
File photo | Former Police Commissioner of Delhi, Neeraj Kumar | ThePrint

Why I told Richie Mehta to make ‘Delhi Crime’, but didn’t visit the sets

Neeraj Kumar, the former Delhi Police Commissioner, writes about his role in the making of Netflix’s ‘Delhi Crime’. And why the police mannerisms are on point.

Maradona takes ‘God’s hand’, and saying goodbye to Congress strategist Ahmed Patel

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan celebrates the 'Gopashtami' festival at his residence in Bhopal on 22 November | Photo: ANI

Why ‘secular’ Shivraj has embraced aggressive Hindutva on ‘love jihad’, cow and more

Shivraj Chouhan’s govt has proposed stringent law against ‘love jihad’, started legal proceedings against Netflix for ‘A Suitable Boy’ temple kissing scenes.

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