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Rera – The Guardian of Property Buyer

INTRODUCTION Real Estate Regulatory Authority is an act aimed to protect the interests of buyers. Like all other have fields have legislation to regulate it, real estate also needed a proper legislation. A normal person spends his hard-earned money in real estate and it is the duty of the state to give protection to all … Continue reading Rera – The Guardian of Property Buyer

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Search Engines And Copyright Infringement: A Critical Analysis

Introduction Search engines are a kind of web-based tool that allows a user to search for and identify content in a database using a term or character. The operating idea of all Internet search engines is identical to what Windows has done for computers. They have done something similar by making information available to inexperienced … Continue reading Search Engines And Copyright Infringement: A Critical Analysis

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Intellectual Property Rights : Protection of Fashion Designs in India

Introduction With the general popularity of private brands, Indian consumers are looking for ways to access fashion companies, thanks to increased media exposure, more awareness, goals, and a larger share of disposable cash. For these fashion companies, it is not easy to keep the business afloat with the spiralling competition. In order to consistently progress, … Continue reading Intellectual Property Rights : Protection of Fashion Designs in India

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Protection of Personal Data in Malaysia

Introduction Prior to 2010, the regulation of personal data was governed mainly by industry-specific legislation. Industry-specific legislation with respect to data protection existed in the banking and finance, healthcare, and telecommunications industries, among others. In May 2010, the PDPA was passed by the Malaysian Parliament and received Royal Assent in June 2010. The PDPA came … Continue reading Protection of Personal Data in Malaysia

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Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in UK

Introduction The UK government defines SMEs as companies with fewer than 250 employees and an annual turnover of less than €50 million. Microbusinesses are those with fewer than 10 employees and an annual turnover of less than €2 million. Small businesses have fewer than 50 employees and an annual turnover of less than €10 million. … Continue reading Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in UK

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Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in Indonesia

Introduction Indonesia’s licencing system splits licences into MSE and Non MSE categories. Larger than MSEs are Non-Micro and Small Enterprises (Non MSEs). MSEs are companies owned by Indonesian nationals, including both people and corporate entities, with a maximum capitalization of Rp 5 billion, excluding land and structures for use as business premises. [Image Source: Freepic] … Continue reading Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in Indonesia

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Protection of Copyrights in Philippines

Introduction The Philippines has laws and policies that generally support a conducive intellectual property (IP) environment, but enforcement is irregular and inconsistent. Several considerations are important for effective management of intellectual property (IP) rights in the Philippines. First, it is important to have an overall strategy to protect IP. Second, IP may be protected differently … Continue reading Protection of Copyrights in Philippines

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Privacy And Data Protection Laws In India

Introduction The concept of Privacy dates back to the dawn of human civilization. However, the idea of Privacy is difficult to grasp. The term “Privacy” has taken on a variety of meanings for different academics, and those definitions shift as society itself does. It is possible to trace back its history by looking at arguments … Continue reading Privacy And Data Protection Laws In India

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Protection of Trademarks in China

Introduction Foreign companies entering the Chinese market need to familiarize themselves with its complex trademark regime, which both facilitates protections while also imposing certain unique limitations that brands must work around. China’s trademark regime follows a first-to-file system and so does not recognize international trademarks if they are not registered in the mainland. While China … Continue reading Protection of Trademarks in China

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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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