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Copyright Protection in Myanmar

Intellectual Property Rights play a crucial role in any country’s economic or commercial arena. The owners or creators are entitled to the exclusive monopoly rights on their brand identity as well as the creations. The business owners and the artists tend not to carry on their functions and innovations in the countries that do not … Continue reading Copyright Protection in Myanmar

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Google vs Oracle: The way forward

In the court’s definition, an API includes both “declaring code” and “implementing code”—terms adopted by the court, although they are not used by developers in Java or other programming languages. The declaring code (what Java developers call the method declaration) declares the name of the method and its inputs and outputs. Implementing code (what Java … Continue reading Google vs Oracle: The way forward

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Aaj Tak vs Newslaundry: Restriction or Criticism

The Indian media has evidently touched its new low after Aaj Tak has claimed against the media watchdog Newslaundry to prevent former’s criticism of news reportage. After this criticism by Newslaundry, allegedly, an impression that the TV Today Network (that owns Aaj Tak and India Today) is involved in broadcasting and publishing fake news and … Continue reading Aaj Tak vs Newslaundry: Restriction or Criticism

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Applicability Of Bad Faith In Copyright Law Placing A Specific Pertinence To The Concept Of “Fair Use”

The concept of Bad Faith refers to the intentional misuse of the terms of a contract, a situation wherein a party refuses to fulfil their part of a legal or contractual obligation, or entering into such a contract in which the disputed party is aware of their inability in the completion of the assigned terms. … Continue reading Applicability Of Bad Faith In Copyright Law Placing A Specific Pertinence To The Concept Of “Fair Use”

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Copyright Infringement: Bollywood V. Hollywood

Bollywood, India’s Hindi-language film business, is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing film industries, both commercially and culturally. Through its fascinating material, it has managed to maintain a foothold on its global audience. However, various complaints have surfaced in the industry, implying that there is a problem with unlicensed copying of Hollywood films. Adaptations … Continue reading Copyright Infringement: Bollywood V. Hollywood

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IPR in the Era of Conflicts by

Patents, trademarks, copyrights, etc. are intangible assets majorly contributing to the growth of a nation, especially in terms of science and technology. The article discusses the implications of such conflict on its Intellectual Property rights. Patents, trademarks, copyrights, and designs form the umbrella of legally obtained Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). These are intangible assets provided … Continue reading IPR in the Era of Conflicts by

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Khurana & Khurana Opens International Office In United Arab Emirates

Khurana & Khurana Opens International Office In United Arab Emirates Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys Khurana & Khurana (K&K) along with IIPRD are delighted to announce that they have opened up their new International Office in United Arab Emirates (UAE) in wake of the rising client requirements and towards their goal of expanding … Continue reading Khurana & Khurana Opens International Office In United Arab Emirates

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Plaintiff and Defendant Case : Bengaluru Court Passes Interim Order Restraining The Access Of The Software “PKMP” And The Use Of The Trade Name “APL”

Plaintiff and Defendant Case: The Commercial Court of Bangalore in an original suit granted ex parte interim injunction against a party for breach of non-disclosure agreement, misappropriation of intellectual property, and passing off. The Plaintiff, a pharma software solution company, hired Defendant to develop a software, “Pharmacokinetic Modeling Program” (PKMP), which is used for supporting … Continue reading Plaintiff and Defendant Case : Bengaluru Court Passes Interim Order Restraining The Access Of The Software “PKMP” And The Use Of The Trade Name “APL”

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Fanfiction, Fan-Culture , Fan Art, And Copyright Law

Fanfiction, Fan-Culture, Fan art ,And Copyright Law In popular culture, fans take up a space of significance in the consumption of art and for their interaction with it. Over the years, fans have evolved from being mere passive consumers of art to active consumers. The active participation of fans in creating secondary art forms such … Continue reading Fanfiction, Fan-Culture , Fan Art, And Copyright Law

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Metaverse is a virtual reality world

Introduction Metaverse is a virtual reality world in which people are supposed to socialize, play, and work and is composed of online, shared and persistent digital spaces. It is considered as the successor of mobile internet. With the technological developments, our virtual lives and our real lives are getting mixed and intertwined. Metaverse will be … Continue reading Metaverse is a virtual reality world

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