Tag: Copyright Act 1957

Artificial intelligence and Intellectual Property : How to Protect AI-Generated Creations and inventions

Preface Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly becoming a part of our daily lives, with self-driving cars, autonomous weapons, and various services relying on AI systems to varying extents. Artificial intelligence has fundamentally changed how we live and work, developments in machine learning and processing of natural language have given rise to ever-more complex AI systems. … Continue reading Artificial intelligence and Intellectual Property : How to Protect AI-Generated Creations and inventions

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Lights Camera Action : Role Of Intellectual Property In Indian Cinema

Introduction A growing number of daily releases makes India’s copyright laws particularly important in . Evaluating the original author of such works is of critical importance in order to protect and further encourage individuals to partake in the creative business of creating movies, even though the audience watching such works may be unaware of the … Continue reading Lights Camera Action : Role Of Intellectual Property In Indian Cinema

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Digital Piracy & Copyright Infringement

INTRODUCTION With the growth of the internet and technology progressing rapidly, more and more people are consuming content online. The issue is worse in India because many individuals refuse or are unable to pay the required amount of money for original content. With all of this rise in demand comes an increase in piracy, and … Continue reading Digital Piracy & Copyright Infringement

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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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Copyright And Cyberspace: Software And Digital Piracy

As we enter into the emerging era of software technology and the ever-growing sphere of the internet and worldwide web, protection of data and the importance of copyright protection has taken center-stage. Copyright law today protects works such as literary, dramatic and artistic works; cinematography films; sound recording and computer programs, data bases and compilations. … Continue reading Copyright And Cyberspace: Software And Digital Piracy

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