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The Importance of Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurs – A Short Talk With Dr. Sudhir Borgonha

The image depicts the word startup in the background with a silhouette of a man jumping, as the post is about startups and Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurs.

  First Publication Date: 1st May 2008   Dr. Sudhir is a graduate from St. John’s Medical College and Sloan School of Management, MIT. He has been on the founding team of three life sciences companies which include Angstrom Medica, Massachusetts, a nanotechnology based orthopedics application Company; Triesta Sciences, California, a genomics based cancer research organization and ClinTest International, Michigan. He currently serves as a CEO of ClinTest International and also runs Sandbox, a life Sciences Incubator.   Q1. What is the value of IP for entrepreneurs in knowledge driven sectors? IP for entrepreneurs is of tremendous value. Knowledge driven sectors are essentially that -...

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Mozilla Public License Version 1.1

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First Publication Date: 10th February 2008 The Mozilla Public License (MPL), is a license developed by Netscape Communications. Most of its provisions are same as the Netscape Public License. The license is considered to be a middle ground between the General Public and BSD licenses. Rights granted under the license Any software distributed under MPL grants both copyrights and patent rights to the recipient. The license grants the following copyrights over the software: Right to use; Right to reproduce; Right to modify; Right to display; Right to perform; Right to sublicense; and the Right to distribute.   The license also grants the following patent rights...

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The GNU General Public License

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First Publication Date: 4th February 2008 The GNU General Public License ("GPL") is one of the most popular open source licenses. All software released by the Free Software Foundation and many other authors, are governed by this license. GPL provides the freedom to share and modify software under certain conditions. Copy, Run and Distribute GPL allows a person to copy, run and distribute the software governed by it. A person is allowed to distribute verbatim copies of the software, commercially or non-commercially, under the following conditions: Source code is made available in any medium; A copy of GPL accompanies the software; A copyright...

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Planning the Right Privacy Policy for You and Your Visitors

The image depicts the word Privacy written using scrabble tiles as the post is about having the right privacy policy.

First Publication Date: 4th February 2008.   Over the past few months, demands for increased privacy regulation have taken center stage as increasingly private transactions move to the Internet. According to The New York Times, the Clinton Administration plans to impose privacy regulations on health care information in the waning weeks of his presidential term. Companies are faced with renewed pressure to update privacy policies as tracking technologies change and consumer concern grows. Privacy policies are not generic and must be tailored to the industry and to the activities promoted at the Web site. Nonetheless, there are certain basic principles that all policies...

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OSS SERIES : A PRIMER ON OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE

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First Publication Date: 7th January 2008 The Copyright law protects ideas expressed on a tangible form. Ideas by themselves do not get any protection; only the expression of the idea is protected under the copyright law. To get protection an idea should be expressed as literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, cinematographic or photographic work or a sound recording. Such an expression should be on a tangible form such as a paper, canvas, tape and so on. Expression in an electronic form is also considered to be a tangible form of expression. Software is protected under the copyright law as a literary work. A...

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Anti-Circumvention laws to Protect Digital Rights: An Indian Perspective

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Date of First Publication: 24/12/2007 Author D.r Kalyan C. Kankanala , Chief Knowledge officer, BananaIP visit www.bananaip.com 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. 8 Advantages to Users. 9 Advantages to content owners. 9 The conflict and its resolution. 10 Part IV - Conclusion. 11 Introduction Copyright Law encourages creation of works of authorship by granting exclusive rights for a limited period of time. It operates on the principle of ‘Quid Pro Quo’, which means ‘give and take’. An author gives a creative work to the...

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Intellectual Property and Yoga Massage

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  "Working with the body is an art more than a skill," Mr. Raghavendra tells his students of 'Yoga Massage' in his very first class. It is in fact fascinating to watch him express, original body work with elements of creativity that surpass intellectual property standards and take a substantial lead. While many body work sequences are based on traditional practices, several practitioners and therapists have over the years developed novel and creative sequences for various reasons ranging from recipient requirement to purely artistic expression. It might not be an exaggeration to state that every practitioner creates and performs original postures, sequences,...

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Intellectual Property and Business – A Presentation by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at IIM – Bangalore

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This presentation is titled "Intellectual Property and Business" and was delivered by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala to the students at the Indian Institute of Management - Bangalore (IIMB). The presentation covers the following topics: - Party Conversation - Intellectual Property and its forms - Patents - Illustrative Example - Elfot - Prior Art for Elfot - Industrial Designs - Trademarks - ELFOT – trade mark - Copyrights - Trade Secrets - Integrated Protection - Licensing Matrix - The Dravidian - Dr.Kalyan's Books You may access the full presentation here: [slideshare id=82566421&doc=intellectualpropertyandbusiness-dr-171123072610] The presentation is intended to serve as a reference material for the PPT above. [slideshare id=82567258&doc=pptreferencematerial-171123074233] About Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala manages the largest new age Intellectual...

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Why the Name BananaIP? Why Not?

Why the name BananaIP

"Are you the Bananas?" the client asked, laughing loudly when we entered. "Yes, we are," I said, laughing with her. Almost every one laughs when we introduce ourselves for the first time. "Hi, I am from BananaIP." "Where did you say you are from? Ha Ha Ha" They can't help laughing. One even went to the extent of proclaiming, "Who in the right frame of mind calls an IP firm Banana!" "Me," I said instantly, summoning all my energies to put up a poker face. Laughter again. They laugh, and keep laughing, but never forget. BananaIP is engraved in their memories forever. "Why did a person like you call...

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Second Annual Roundtable on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition, hosted by Centre for Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition (CIIPC), National Law University, Delhi Venue: Taj Westend, Bangalore

  We are delighted to inform you that we, BananaIP Counsels were a part of The CIIPC 2nd Annual Roundtable Conference on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition, which was held on July 1st and 2nd of 2017 at Taj Westend, Bangalore. Few of the most distinguished delegates like, members of the academia, policy makers, industry stakeholders and academically-minded practitioners discussed on emerging issues at the interface of innovation, intellectual property & competition law and policy. The First Annual Roundtable on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition, held last year in New Delhi, was well attended. This time around, in continuance with the...

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