Category: Technology

Enforceability of Unstamped Instruments: The Legal Perspective

Abstract In the sequence of judgements, we have witnessed the issue regarding admissibility of the instruments that are unstamped or insufficiently stamped and whether or not it can be acted upon by the courts under Section 8 and Section 11 of the Arbitration and Conciliations Act,1996. A seven judge bench of Supreme Court has brought … Continue reading Enforceability of Unstamped Instruments: The Legal Perspective

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Taxation of Cryptocurrency : Navigating the uncharted waters

Introduction Cryptocurrencies have developed in the form of a revolutionary force in the financial sector across the globe, and this has taken place through the introduction of decentralized digital assets far and beyond the traditional banking infrastructure. However, the popularity and widespread acceptance of this financial innovation globally, have made governments grapple while dealing with … Continue reading Taxation of Cryptocurrency : Navigating the uncharted waters

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Lifting the veil to the world of Barbie

The history of Barbie coming into existence is an interesting trail of legal relevance. Barbie – the teenage fashionista is not an original concept; Ruth Handler, the creator of Barbie saw a Lilli doll in a toy store window during her Europe tour in Lucerne, Switzerland. This led to her pursuing her desire of transforming … Continue reading Lifting the veil to the world of Barbie

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Digital India Act: What To Expect And What Not To?

Introduction The landscape of data protection, technology, social media platforms, intermediaries, artificial intelligence and other concerning ancillary fields are dynamically oscillating to and fro that is making the legislators and interpreters of legislations think over the novice challenges that not only masses at large are facing but coming to the courts that even the Hon’ble … Continue reading Digital India Act: What To Expect And What Not To?

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Live-Streaming Live Performances – Can It Land You in Hot Waters?

Introduction With the advent of modern live streaming technology, anyone can access this technology and live-stream any event, from any place, at any time. However, it is one thing to live-stream one’s own content and another when someone else’s performance is live-streamed by someone in the audience. Irrespective of the performance being paid, or a … Continue reading Live-Streaming Live Performances – Can It Land You in Hot Waters?

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Validity & Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants in Contract

Introduction Technological advancement and globalization have imposed additional complexity on the relationship between employee and employer, and the contract governs these relationships. However, the parties need to protect their business interests such as confidentiality and proprietary information, ideas, and trade secrets. Due to all these complexity employers often add restrictive conventions in the employment contract, … Continue reading Validity & Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants in Contract

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India’s Latest Draft Telecommunications Bill : Continuation of Vague Internet Shutdown Policies

Introduction The Government of India recently proposed the draft “Indian Telecommunications Bill, 2022”, hoping to overhaul the age-old laws that currently make up the regulatory framework for the telecom industry. The bill intends to supersede three pieces of legislation: “the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885”; “the Indian Wireless Telegraphy Act, 1933”; and “the Telegraph Wires (Unlawful … Continue reading India’s Latest Draft Telecommunications Bill : Continuation of Vague Internet Shutdown Policies

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Protection of Copyrights in Cambodia

Introduction The Law on Copyright and Related Rights affords authors of original works a set of exclusive economic and moral rights. As stated in Article 1 of the law, by providing authors with a just and legitimate exploitation of their cultural products, the law aims to contribute to the development of culture. The law was … Continue reading Protection of Copyrights in Cambodia

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Protection of Nonfungible Tokens in Philippines

Introduction NFT or non-fungible token literally means “non-interchangeable token.” This is a type of data that uses the blockchain (mainly Ethereum), or an online network of computers that acts as a digital ledger of transactions [Image Source:Istock] When you buy an NFT, you are purchasing the rights to say that a specific digital item — … Continue reading Protection of Nonfungible Tokens in Philippines

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Protection of Nonfungible tokens in Cambodia

Introduction NFTs are traded and sold on popular marketplaces – OpenSea is probably the most well-known but there are also Rarible, Grimes’ choice, Nifty Gateway, with many more. VeVe is (according to its parent company Ecomi) “an app-based marketplace for premium licensed digital collectables. With VeVe, users can obtain common, rare, or one-of-a-kind digital collectables, … Continue reading Protection of Nonfungible tokens in Cambodia

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