Month: October 2022

Understanding Ip Waiver: A Failure Or Success?

INTRODUCTION: The outbreak of Covid-19 has led to the transition of the world’s legal institutions at a frightening speed. Normal human contact has been replaced with intra-family communication and technological assets like zoom, Skype etc. COVID-19 is a public health concern that is the first thing that needs to be addressed. There is a wider … Continue reading Understanding Ip Waiver: A Failure Or Success?

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Usage of a registered trademark as keywords in the Google Ads Program would amount to trademark infringement?

Introduction Recently, The Delhi High Court issued an order granting an interim injunction in favor of Makemytrip (Plaintiff) in the case of MakeMyTrip India Private Limited vs Booking.com B.V. & Ors. The Court was analyzing whether the use of trademarks as keywords on the Google Ads Program will amount to trademark infringement or passing off.  Justice Pratibha … Continue reading Usage of a registered trademark as keywords in the Google Ads Program would amount to trademark infringement?

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The Role Of Ipr In Protection Of Bio Diversity

INTRODUCTION IPR means legal protection to protect data from new inventions. In exchange for being required to reveal the formula or strategy behind the process, these rights allow the owner to prevent imitators from commercializing the inventions or processes for the specified period of time. The term “biodiversity” refers to the variety among living things … Continue reading The Role Of Ipr In Protection Of Bio Diversity

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Metaverse – A Challenge To The Copyright Law

INTRODUCTION “Everything that you can imagine is real”. These words by Pablo Picasso can be said to have gained reality with the recent development of a ‘virtual word’ parallel to our own real world- the Metaverse. The term “Metaverse” has gained popularity recently and is often being referred to as the ‘second internet. The idea … Continue reading Metaverse – A Challenge To The Copyright Law

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IP infringement in Metaverse

Introduction The word Meta means beyond or after in Greek and Verse means universe. The metaverse has also come forward as 3.0 of the internet. This concept might sound new, but it is not, it was coined in a science fiction novel called “Snow Crash” by Neal Stephenson about 30 years ago. [Image source:Gettyimage] Many … Continue reading IP infringement in Metaverse

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Intellectual Property Rights For Fintech

INTRODUCTION Even though traditional banks continue to command the financial market by offering standard operations such as payments, deposits, and credit; they need to understand that now, they are not the only players. A new concept titled ‘digital banks’ is quickly becoming the default payment mechanism. Due to the current financial crisis such as high … Continue reading Intellectual Property Rights For Fintech

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Copyright Protection of Software under Literary Works

Introduction A concept itself is not protected by copyright laws; rather, the form or representation of an idea is. The computer language used to describe the underlying idea is what is protected by copyright in a computer programme, not the idea itself. The program’s coding is done separately from one another. In this instance, the … Continue reading Copyright Protection of Software under Literary Works

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Copyright Law And Webinars : Overcoming The Complexity

Introduction Webinars have developed into a convenient and efficient way to share knowledge across a variety of professions during and after COVID 19 pandemic, enabling online exchanges between students and other academic enthusiasts. The author of this article examines the situation of copyright infringement with regard to webinar recording, taking this as the new norm. … Continue reading Copyright Law And Webinars : Overcoming The Complexity

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Infringement of Copyright and Remedies

INTRODUCTION: Intellectual property deals with any basic construction of human intelligence such as artistic, literary, technical, or scientific construction used in commerce. For a specific amount of time, intellectual property rights often grant the inventor the sole right to utilise his or her creation. Copyright is one of the areas of IPR which ensures certain … Continue reading Infringement of Copyright and Remedies

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Protection of Digital Content in relation to Copyright Law in India

Copyright protection for Digital Content Copyrights are protection of an individual’s work against misuse such as reproduction of the work without the consent of the owner. Copyrights, Patents, Trade Marks and Trade Secrets all form a part of Intellectual Property Rights, which protect the owner or the inventor of a certain idea, product, or invention. … Continue reading Protection of Digital Content in relation to Copyright Law in India

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