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Sep 12, 2019
Google wins legal battle in Germany over copyright fee demands of publishersThe EU toughened its copyright rules in April, forcing Google to pay publishers for news snippets.
May 27, 2019
What Tips-Wynk legal row, invoking Section 31D of Indian Copyright Act, means for music fansTips, which owns the rights to many popular 1990s Hindi film soundtracks such as Khalnayak, Raja Hindustani and Taal, had sued Wynk for infringing its copyright, by continuing to stream its music in the absence of an agreement. If that sounds vaguely familiar, it’s because it’s the same reason Warner/Chappell took Spotify to court.
Feb 15, 2019
YouTube turns 14: A look at the many instances when YouTube got things wrongThe past 14 years haven't exactly been easy for YouTube. Here's a peek at what that was like.
Oct 21, 2018
India should take lessons from US' MMA; concepts like central database could bring transparency in exchange of music copyrightsThe existing music copyright system in India is plagued by a sordid lack of transparency in licensing negotiations, enabling copyright societies to extract maximum revenue from buyers whilst withholding fair remuneration from creators
Aug 18, 2018
US judge blocks programs that allow players to cheat at Grand Theft AutoDavid Zipperer has been stopped from selling programs help players cheat at Grand Theft Auto.
Aug 08, 2018
EU's top court supports protection of copyrighted works in landmark caseJudges said posting a work online was different from hyperlinks which lead users to another website.
Jul 23, 2018
Elon Musk resolves farting unicorn copyright issue with US potter Tom EdwardsThe story began last year after Musk tweeted a picture of potter Tom Edwards' colourful unicorn mug.
Jul 05, 2018
Controversial copyright law threatening internet freedom rejected in EU voteThe law was aimed at making Google, Facebook and other tech giants share revenues with publishers.
Jun 26, 2018
EU signs agreement with Amazon, eBay for combating sale of dangerous productsThe companies agreed to train sellers to comply with EU safety law and utilize EU's Rapid Alert System.
May 03, 2018
Innovate in India: The country cannot afford to wait any longer for a robust intellectual property rights regimeIndia’s patent productivity is quite low compared to that of Japan, US, South Korea, and China. Patents being filed in India are 17 to a million people.