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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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NFTs : The Latest Technology Challenging Copyright Law

Introduction The development of cryptocurrency has noticed a surge in the number of people trading in these currencies. Similarly, rapid growth has been seen in Non-Fungible Tokens, with more and more people entering the industry. NFTs have metadata and unique identification code that cannot be replicated. However, a variety of legal loopholes arise from these … Continue reading NFTs : The Latest Technology Challenging 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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Cyberspace And Its Contribution In Copyright Infringement

Technology has given us the internet Through the internet we have started communicating more, researching more, and gaming more. Through the internet  business deals are also done smoothly without worrying about geographical boundaries.  With each passing day, internet became essential in almost every sector. Whether it is an important document or a business deal internet … Continue reading Cyberspace And Its Contribution In Copyright Infringement

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Fraud In Obtaining Patent And Revocation

A patent (defined in section 2(1) (m)) is a type of intellectual property that gives its owner the legal right to exclude others from making, using or selling an invention for a limited period of time in exchange for disclosure of an invention that meets the criteria of global novelty, non-obviousness and industrial use. During … Continue reading Fraud In Obtaining Patent And Revocation

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IP And Metaverse

A continuous, shared, and immersive 3D environment called the metaverse is where users re expected to connect, play, and work. It is regarded as the mobile internet’s substitute. Our real lives and our virtual lives are becoming more and more linked as a result of technological advancements. The metaverse, where people will largely be engaged … Continue reading IP And Metaverse

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Copyright Law In India

Elucidating copyright law in layman’s terms, whenever a person produces a unique work, he is inevitably granted the sole ownership of the work, having absolute right over the same. Nevertheless, the owner has the authority to either transfer his rights to any other person or keep the ownership to himself, restricting others from copying or … Continue reading Copyright Law In India

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3D Printing In Pharmaceutical Industry

3D Printing In Pharmaceutical Industry: The technology and formulation developed to efficiently transport a pharmacologically active molecule in the body in order to achieve therapeutic efficacy in a safe manner is referred to as drug delivery. Controlling the release profile, which changes the pharmacokinetics of a medicine, can increase the efficiency and safety of a … Continue reading 3D Printing In Pharmaceutical Industry

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Analysis Of Patent prosecution History Estoppel And Its Use In The Doctrine Of Equivalents

Introduction Patent prosecution is an iterative procedure in which the applicant frequently alters the language of their submitted claims. A patent’s prosecution history (i.e., the proceedings between the patent applicant and the USPTO from application filing to patent issuance) is relevant in the context of claim construction (for example, before a district court, the PTAB … Continue reading Analysis Of Patent prosecution History Estoppel And Its Use In The Doctrine Of Equivalents

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ClearOne wins Design Patent infringement suit

Recently, ClearOne, a Salt Lake City, US-based global provider of audio and visual communication solutions announced that a jury in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware returned a verdict of no infringement by ClearOne’s Ceiling Tile Beamforming Mic Array product line on Shure Incorporated’s U.S. Design Patent No. D865,723 (the “’723 patent”). … Continue reading ClearOne wins Design Patent infringement suit

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