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Indian Copyright News and Updates

  Indian Copyright and Entertainment Law News and Updates, International Copyright and Entertainment Law Updates, Entertainment Trademark Updates, Licensing and Merchandising Updates, BIP Tip of the Week and more presented by the Media & Entertainment Law Attorneys and Experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s Premier New Age IP Firm. Copyright Quote of the Week “A brainy person does not abuse copyright; instead he respects it and upholds it.” – Maximillian Degenerez. Indian Copyrights and Entertainment Law Updates Gautham Gambhir moves to court for restraining a Delhi Pub from using his name Cricketer Gautham Gambhir has approached the Delhi High Court to restrain a Delhi-based pub from using his name as...

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Indian Copyright News and Updates

  Copyrights & Entertainment Law News: Indian Copyright and Entertainment Law Updates, International Copyright and Entertainment Updates, Entertainment Trademark Updates, Licensing and Merchandising Updates, BananaIP News and Updates, Copyright Tip of the Week and more presented by the Media & Entertainment Law attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s Premier New Age IP Firm. Copyright Quote of the Week “There is no sense in owning the copyright unless you are going to use it. I don’t think anyone wants to hold all of this stud in a vault and not let anybody have it” – Hilary Rosen Indian Copyrights and Entertainment Law Updates  Magadheera team takes Raabta...

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Employment to Entrepreneurship: Arnab Goswami, Times Now, Republic TV and Intellectual Property

  The row between Arnab Goswami and The Times Group (Bennett Coleman & Co.) elucidates some problems an employee turned entrepreneur may face from her/his erstwhile employer. Arnab Goswami was the star of Times Now, a television news channel, and his catch phrase, "The Nation Wants to Know," is extremely popular, to say the least. At the end of 2016, Goswami decided to quit Times Now on what appears to be not very amicable terms. In the first week of May 2017, Goswami launched his television channel called 'Republic TV' from his venture, ARG Outlier Media. Goswami's new venture received great public...

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Republic TV accused of copyright infringement, Eminem’s copyright infringement case, Samsung’s Gear VR Headset copyright infringement, FIFA merges with Megalicense Entertainment and more

Copyrights & Entertainment Law News: Indian Copyright News and Updates, International Copyright Updates, Entertainment Licensing & Merchandizing Updates, Digital Licensing News, BananaIP Copyright Tip of the Week and more presented by the Media & Entertainment law attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s Premier New Age IP Firm. Copyright Thought of the Week We're on the path of creating monopoly business practices out of copyright law. - Robin Gross Indian Copyright News and Updates Arnab Goswami of Republic TV is accused of Copyright theft Bennett, Coleman & Co Ltd (BCCL) which owns the Times Network has filed a criminal complaint against Arnab Goswami, the founder of...

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Indian Copyright News and Updates

  Copyrights & Entertainment Law News: Indian Copyright News and Updates, Entertainment Trademark News and Updates, International Copyright Updates, Entertainment Patent News, Entertainment Licensing Updates, BananaIP Copyright Tip of the Week and more presented by the Media & Entertainment law attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s Premier New Age IP Firm Copyright Thought of the Week “Originality is undetected Plagiarism.”    --William Ralph Inge Indian Copyright News and Updates Supreme Court rejects IRRO appeal in DU copyright case. The Honorable Supreme Court recently rejected a Special Leave Petition filed by the Indian Reproduction Rights Society (IRRO) in the DU copyright case stating that IRRO was...

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Sound Recording, Literary & Musical Works and Right to Royalty – Part 4

The featured image shows a mic in a sound recording studio. To read more about this, click here. Entertainment Law and Copyrights: Sound Recording, Literary & Musical Works and Right to Royalty – Part 3

  Continued from Part 3, read part by clicking here. Conclusion Reiterating that said earlier, sound recording consists of the acoustic portion including a lyric or a musical work despite which underlying works do not lose their existence upon a sound recording being made but remain exclusively mutual. However, the anomaly of the provision of the Act that grants the authors of musical & literary work and authors of sound recording the right to communicate to public their work has questioned the independent existence of the said works during the coalescence of the two. Courts have in the recent past clearly opined that when...

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Indian Copyright News and Updates, Entertainment Trademark News and Updates, International Copyright Updates, Entertainment Licensing News and Updates and more

Copyrights & Entertainment Law News: Indian Copyright News and Updates, Entertainment Trademark News and Updates, International Copyright Updates, Entertainment Licensing News and Updates and more presented by the Media & Entertainment law attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s Premier New Age IP Firm. Copyright Thought of the Week “Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.” ― United Nations, Universal Declaration of Human Rights Indian Copyright News and Updates Copyright Infringement Suit against Sarkar 3. The copyright holder of 1300 movies, Narendra & Co. has filed a...

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Copyrights, Fair Dealing, and Fair Use in India

The featured image shows a Doodle work on Fair dealing and Fair use under Copyright Act, 1957.

Fair dealing provisions under the Indian Copyright Act, 1957 as amended in 2012 exempt certain activities from the purview of copyright infringement. While certain exceptions mentioned under Section 52(1) of the Copyright Act are applicable to all kinds of works in which copyright subsists, the applicability of certain provisions are restricted to specific works. The following table identifies the various fair dealing and fair use provisions under the Copyright and its applicability to specific works:   Sections Provisions Applicability 52(1)(a) Fair dealing All works 52(1)(a) Private or personal use, including research All works 52(1)(a) Criticism or review All works 52(1)(a) Reporting of current events and current affairs All works 52(1)(aa) Making copies for back-up Computer programmes 52(1)(ab) Obtaining information for...

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Fair use exceptions for libraries under Indian copyright law

  Indian copyright law provides exceptions to libraries for use of copyrighted works under the statutory fair dealing provisions of the copyright Act (section 52) as well as under the judicially created fair use exception. Broadly the law permits use of copyrighted works by libraries for the following purposes: Research and education; Instructions, teaching and training; Private study; Enabling access to the disabled; Activities of education institution; Review and criticism; Searching and data mining; Storage and preservation; and Access to knowledge. The fair dealing and fair use exceptions are provided under Section 52 of the Copyright Act and have emanated from different...

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IP Filings for Dance Companies, Music Bands and Performing Artists

Free Trademark Filing

BananaIP is happy to announce the Program for Performing Arts, an initiative aimed at helping dance companies, music bands, drama companies, singers and performing artists protect, manage and commercialize their creative work. The Program has three primary goals: Build IP Knowledge and Culture among Performing Artists; Protect, Manage and Commercialize creative work of artists and companies; and Mitigate IP risks for performances and related commercialization, licensing and merchandizing activities. Towards the said goals, BananaIP's attorneys will work closely with select performing arts companies and artists, and help them move up the IP value chain. Free Copyright and Trade Mark Filings The program, will...

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