Tag: Copyright Act

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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Understanding The Liability of Net Marketplaces in Copyright Infringement.

INTRODUCTION Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are the representation of ownership of an underlying asset on a blockchain. The asset is linked to the blockchain, and since each block of the blockchain is unique in its identity, it makes the NFT exclusively available only to the owner of the NFT. Thus, tokens are non-fungible as they cannot … Continue reading Understanding The Liability of Net Marketplaces in Copyright Infringement.

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Online Infringement of Copyrights

One of man’s most significant innovations of the Millenium is the internet. It is a term used to describe a vast network of linked computer systems and computer networks. The best aspect of the internet is that it’s available practically everywhere on the planet for very little money. As the globe becomes a global village, … Continue reading Online Infringement of Copyrights

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Version Music- An Aversion To Copyright Law?

A cover version, also known as a cover song, remake, revival, or simply cover, is a fresh performance or recording of a song by an artist who is not the original singer or composer. For example, we often associate ‘Girls Just Want to Have Fun’ with Cyndi Lauper, but it was really written and recorded … Continue reading Version Music- An Aversion To Copyright Law?

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Avoiding Copyright Infringement Of Music At Commercial Spaces

Music can evoke emotions and feelings and it creates a soothing experience, music has the ability to make a person happy and so commercial space has started using this music for their commercial purpose so that they could create a decent ambience and attract people to its places. Everyone would like to go to a … Continue reading Avoiding Copyright Infringement Of Music At Commercial Spaces

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Musical Work Used Commercially And Its Licensing Requirements

You cannot play music for your employees or the public in an office or shop or any commercial spaces, no matter what the medium is (phone system, radio, and disc, TV, or Bluetooth speakers). Business organizations or Entities that are interested in having singers sing or perform in their premises for any purpose need to … Continue reading Musical Work Used Commercially And Its Licensing Requirements

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Smile, you are on camera!

Every celebrity would agree when we say that stardom comes at a price. Their right to privacy is always threatened with the constant paparazzi encroaching upon their personal lives. Unauthorized photography often results in tabloid and defamatory reports in the media, which can sometimes scar the celebrity’s life forever. From sports persons to movie stars … Continue reading Smile, you are on camera!

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