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The New Age Eugenics Of DNA Patenting

Abstract ‘DNA Theft’ is the new term employed to decipher the existing legal regime in the field of gene patenting. The oblivious nature of law has ceded transcending to a more flexible framework concerning the same. DNA is vested with a proprietary interest of ownership. ‘Patenting gene’ impinges the individual right to privacy. This paper … Continue reading The New Age Eugenics Of DNA Patenting

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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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GDPR- The New Era of Privacy Protection

General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR is the new privacy protection regulation of the European Union which was adopted on 26th April 2016 and has to come into effect on 25th May 2018. The nucleus of the GDPR is to reinforce data protection for individuals not only within the territory of EU but extends to … Continue reading GDPR- The New Era of Privacy Protection

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