Category: Digital Marketing Rights

Growth of Digital Economy – A Challenge for Competition Regulators

Introduction Competition policy is a public policy which is aimed at ensuring that competition in the marketplace is not restricted in any manner that is detrimental to the society. The most significant goal of competition policy is to shield society from harmful competitive behaviour[1]. Digital economy is dynamic and fundamentally different from other sectors. Digital … Continue reading Growth of Digital Economy – A Challenge for Competition Regulators

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Digital Rights Management & Its Interaction with Net Neutrality

The online platform offers ample opportunity for infringement of copyrights and it is but natural for copyright holders to react apprehensively and clamor for absolute regulation of the digital copyright market. However, the virtual world is a whole different ball game where standard rules fail to achieve the desired objective. Therefore, a mechanism was developed … Continue reading Digital Rights Management & Its Interaction with Net Neutrality

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