Category: fair use

Online Copyright Infringement and Its liability Upon Intermediary

Copyright is a bundle of rights which is meant to encourage creativity. In ancient days creative persons worked for fame and recognition rather than to earn a living, thus, the question of copyright never arose. In the last four decades modern and advanced means of communication like broadcasting, litho-photography. Television, websites contents etc have made … Continue reading Online Copyright Infringement and Its liability Upon Intermediary

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Criminalizing online sharing of Academic Article by a Columbian Student

Background Diego Gomez is a student perusing post-graduation in Conservation and Wildlife Management in Costa Rica. Like students of developing countries, he also used to face a lack of availability of literature in the libraries and other sources of reading. To face this scarcity of academic databases, Diego, used the power of the internet. It … Continue reading Criminalizing online sharing of Academic Article by a Columbian Student

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