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Blog Entry Consumers International IP Watchlist 2012 — India Report
by Pranesh Prakash published Aug 16, 2012 — filed under: , ,
Pranesh Prakash prepared the India Report for Consumers International IP Watchlist 2012. The report was published on the A2K Network website.
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Copy, Left And Right
by Prasad Krishna published Feb 19, 2011 last modified May 23, 2012 06:37 AM — filed under:
Copyright laws are becoming more rigid and anti-sharing. But copyleft has a solution.
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Blog Entry Copyright Amendment Bill in Parliament
by Nirmita Narasimhan published Aug 30, 2011 — filed under: , ,
The Copyright Amendment Bill is expected to be presented in the Rajya Sabha by the Minister for Human Resource and Development, Kapil Sibal today afternoon. The much awaited Bill (since it has been in the offing since 2006) has undergone significant changes since its initial appearance.
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Blog Entry Copyright Amendment: Bad, but Could Have Been Much Worse
by Sunil Abraham published Jun 15, 2012 — filed under: ,
The changes to the Copyright Act protect the disabled - but are restrictive about cover versions and web freedom, writes Sunil Abraham in this article published in the Business Standard on June 10, 2012.
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Blog Entry Copyright Amendments – Empowering the Print Disabled
by Rahul Cherian published May 29, 2012 last modified Sep 07, 2012 11:11 AM — filed under: ,
The much anticipated Copyright Amendment Bill, 2012 was passed with a few changes in the Rajya Sabha on 17th May 2012 after a very spirited debate and passed by the Lok Sabha on the 22nd May 2012 with unanimous consensus.
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Copyright Law: More Than A Moral Obligation
by Prasad Krishna published Aug 13, 2012 — filed under: ,
It was a cozy and warm atmosphere in a bookstore in South Delhi — with plenty of cushions thrown on the floor — that I attended a delightful book launch for children. The book was displayed prominently, along with some fabulous original illustrations done by the author, from which the book illustrator had been “inspired”. I clicked some photographs with my smartphone. The publishers, based in another city, couldn't attend the event. So, I thought why not mail it to them, they are fraternity. Soon, a newsletter popped into my mailbox from the same publisher, with a lovely write-up of the book launch accompanied by my photographs, but with no acknowledgement given to me. I was disappointed.
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Blog Entry Copyright Madness
by Lawrence Liang and Achal Prabhala published May 24, 2012 last modified May 30, 2012 03:46 AM — filed under: ,
Prompted by courts and piracy-fearing businesses, Indian ISPs have taken down popular, legitimate websites. This Op-ed by Lawrence Liang and Achal Prabhala was published in the Indian Express on May 22, 2012.
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Blog Entry Copyrights and Copywrongs Why the Government Should Embrace the Public Domain
by Pranesh Prakash published Aug 21, 2013 last modified Sep 06, 2013 04:56 AM — filed under: ,
Each of you reading this article is a criminal and should be jailed for up to three years. Yes, you. "Why?," you may ask.
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Blog Entry Delhi High Court’s Ruling Against Publishers is a Triumph For Knowledge
by Anubha Sinha published Sep 24, 2016 last modified Sep 26, 2016 03:07 PM — filed under: ,
The court conclusively stated that the reproduction of any work by a teacher or a pupil in the course of instruction would not constitute infringement.
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Blog Entry Disability Exceptions in Copyright Legislations
by Rishika published Jan 12, 2015 — filed under: , ,
In the year 2006, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) conducted a study on different national approaches to copyright exception for persons with disabilities. Over 60 countries have an exception in their Copyright laws permitting conversion of works into accessible formats for the benefit of persons who cannot read print. The scope of the exception varies, in terms of the beneficiaries covered, formats permitted, restrictions on who can convert, etc.
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