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26 Dec
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Copyright: Indian Copyright Basics – By Chaitanya.B

What is a Copyright? Copyright, is a form of intellectual property that protects original works of authorship including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, cinematographic, photographic and sound recording works. Copyright protects the expression of ideas in a tangible form. Protection starts as soon as an idea is expressed on a tangible form. Tangible form includes anything […]

26 Dec
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Trademarks: Basics of Indian Trademark Law – By Aparna Goud,

What is a Trademark? A trademark is any representation, which might be a word, phrase, symbol, design, sound, smell, colour, adopted and used by a company to identify its products or services, and to distinguish them from products and services of others. The primary purpose of a trademark is to prevent consumers from becoming confused […]

24 Dec
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Copyrights: Anti-Circumvention laws to protect Digital Rights: An Indian Perspective

Author Kalyan C. Kankanala[1] , Chief Knowledge officer, Brain League IP Services, now BananaIP visit Introduction. 1 Part I – Overview of Anti Circumvention Laws. 4 International Treaties. 4 United States of America. 5 European Union. 6 India. 7 Part II – Problems with Anti-Circumvention Laws. 7 Part III – India and Anti-circumvention Laws. […]

24 Dec
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Testing Parameters for Software Patentability

Abstract Patentability of computer programs is fraught with ambiguity because of multiple reasons. One of such reasons is the uncertainty and inadequacy of tests to determine patentability. Courts in the US have been struggling to evolve a test that would cover the complete continuum of innovation in computer programs, which manifests in terms of form […]

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