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Feb 28, 2019
Draft E-Commerce Policy: A problematic revision of intermediary rules for trademark and copyright liabilityThe current set of rules, as seen, are problematic on many accounts — that they fail to take the actual nature of an e-commerce site into account
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
Jul 12, 2018
YouTube fights video thieves by notifying owners when their content is stolenThe new tool will roll out to creators who have over 1,00,000 subscribers, by next week.
Jun 22, 2018
Cloud firm Teradata files IP theft suit against SAP, alleges former CTO Vishal Sikka was in the knowSikka is considered to be the force behind SAP's analytics platform, HANA that had helped the company strengthen its position in the global market
Apr 24, 2018
No monkey business in US: San Francisco appeals court favours human over animals in fight over ape selfieA US appeals court on Monday favoured humans over animals in a novel copyright lawsuit filed over a series of entertaining selfies taken by a monkey with a toothy grin.
Sep 22, 2017
EU allegedly suppressed a report which found that piracy doesn't affect legal sales of music, movies and gamesThe European Commission seems to have suppressed a report which concluded that copyright infringement had no negative impact on legal sales.
Sep 05, 2017
Twitter's new terms allowing other companies to republish user content draws flak onlineTwitter's new terms of service that apparently allow other companies to re-publish content on its platform without any compensation have sparked widespread online criticism.
Aug 25, 2017
Two of The Pirate Bay's co-founders found guilty of copyright infringement, ordered to pay $477,000When the Court tried contacting the defendants, the co-founders of The Pirate bay, none replied in the stipulated time frame offered by the court.
Jul 30, 2017
Kim Dotcom tweets moving to Queenstown following the release of his assetsNew Zealand court had also agreed that Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) was illegally spying on Kim Dotcom.
Jul 13, 2017
Kumar Vishwas-Amitabh Bachchan row shows artists themselves have little respect for copyrightKumar Vishwas should have sought permission from Harivansh Rai Bachchan's estate before using his poem