Month: September 2018

Cross-Licensing Of Patents

Introduction A cross-licensing contract between the two parties is an agreement where they grant patent licenses to each other. Such agreements, basically, involve exchange of essential patented knowledge between two parties who are seeking to further their own technological progresses. The top players in every field, particularly the automobile, telecommunication, broadcasting and pharmaceutical industries are … Continue reading Cross-Licensing Of Patents

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Meesha Novel Case

In this day and age, a microscopic scrutiny of the Government will show us we are only a deemed democratic nation and not one in actuality. If we truly had the rights that are listed in our supreme Constitution, there wouldn’t be any journalists and writers who fear for their lives simply because they have … Continue reading Meesha Novel Case

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The Drone Policy 2018

Introduction The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (the “DGCA“) released the much awaited National Drone Policy, 2018 version 1 (Drone Policy)[1] on 27th August 2018. The subject matter of the regulation is ‘Requirements for Operation of Civil Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS)’. The policy is set to come to effect from 1st December 2018. This … Continue reading The Drone Policy 2018

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3EU’s New Copyright Directive Proposal: Boon for Strengthening IPR Law Protection or Bane on the Individual Internet Freedom?

We are at a time where the internet is bringing the world closer together, turning itself into a close-knit community. Internet has enhanced and rather increased the exchange of information. Amidst that, law enforcement agencies and governments all over the world have enacted various laws for channelization of data, protection of internet users, privacy of … Continue reading 3EU’s New Copyright Directive Proposal: Boon for Strengthening IPR Law Protection or Bane on the Individual Internet Freedom?

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Observations/Recommendations on Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018

A historic military data sharing pact, COMCASA was inked yesterday by India-US at the 2+2 bilateral summit. As per the pact, high-end encrypted communication and satellite data would be shared giving Indian military access on platforms installed by the US. This is said to give us real-time information about the movements of other army troops … Continue reading Observations/Recommendations on Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018

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