Category: fair use

Online Copyright Infringement and Its liability Upon Intermediary

Copyright is a bundle of rights which is meant to encourage creativity. In ancient days creative persons worked for fame and recognition rather than to earn a living, thus, the question of copyright never arose. In the last four decades modern and advanced means of communication like broadcasting, litho-photography. Television, websites contents etc have made … Continue reading Online Copyright Infringement and Its liability Upon Intermediary

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Criminalizing online sharing of Academic Article by a Columbian Student

Background Diego Gomez is a student perusing post graduation in Conservation and Wildlife Management in Costa Rica. Like students of developing countries, he also used to face lack of availability of literature in the libraries and other sources of reading. To face this scarcity of academic databases, Diego, used the power of internet. It enabled … Continue reading Criminalizing online sharing of Academic Article by a Columbian Student

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