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Sampling Of Phonogram: Fair Use Or Infringement
The above matter was referred to the CJEU for a preliminary ruling along with questions as to the scope of EU laws on sampling.
India
19 Sep 2019
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Art, Copyright Infringement And Advertising.
Ai Wewei is a Berlin-based Chinese artist.
India
8 Aug 2019
3
Music Composers v. Music Producers
COMPOSER: "composer", in relation to a musical work, means the person who composes the music regardless of whether he records it in any form of graphical notation;
India
23 Jul 2019
4
The Story Of ‘God's Own Music!
Intellectual property is a dynamic industry considering its bedrock is the vast expanse of the human mind extending over the ages and eras of the past and the present.
India
21 Jun 2019
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For Art's Sake: The Court Of Arbitration For Art – Part II
For Art's Sake: The Court of Arbitration for Art – Part I looked at the history of art disputes and the introduction of the Court of Arbitration for Art and how it solves the issues of adjudication
India
24 May 2019
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Statutory Licensing Of Copyrights In India-Scope Demarcated
The organization shall pay royalties to the owner of the copyright at the rate fixed by the copyright board.
India
21 May 2019
7
Are Streaming Services Broadcasters?
A judgement to this case would have a long-lasting effect on the copyright laws in India.
India
17 May 2019
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For Art's Sake: The Court Of Arbitration For Art – Part I
Consider this: you purchased a rare Jackson Pollock painting from a prestigious auction house's website, the auction house even provided you with a "Certificate of Authenticity".
India
3 May 2019
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Online Music Licensing In India (PLUS) And How Is This A Revolutionary Change?
Technology is taking over our daily lives at an unprecedented scale, but is our laws & the legal systems revamping itself at a similar scale, is the question of the hour.
India
1 May 2019
10
Development In Technology And Its Impact On Law
We never know what is going to come before us. Before the advent of internet, people used to believe that physical world is what the world is. At that time we had all our laws in accordance
India
1 May 2019
11
The Warner v. Spotify Waltz!
Spotify, the music streaming web-application, faced certain legal issues before its launch in India. Spotify reportedly entered into license agreements with major record labels such as Sony,
India
27 Mar 2019
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Gujarat Blocks Another GI Tag: The ‘Pethapur Block' Paintings
Recently, the Government of Gujarat was granted Geographical Indication (GI) Tag for ‘Pethapur Block painting' vide registration no. 585 in respect of printing blocks.
India
27 Feb 2019
13
Moral Rights Of Artistes...Boon Or Bane?
Every creator of work ("author") gives rise to moral rights, which are personal rights that are recognized in civil law jurisdictions.
India
21 Feb 2019
14
IP Licensing Trends In India: Special Reference To Indian Music Industry And Sushila V. Hungama Digital Entertainment Decision
The judgment is significant in the sense that it laid down the scope of each of the rights conferred to an artist.
India
7 Jan 2019
15
99 Problems Of The Music Industry - Can Blockchain Technology Be A Panacea?
KodakOne makes use of its native token, KodakCoin.
India
18 Dec 2018
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Copyright 2019
The word "original" has not been defined in the Copyright Act, 1957 ("the Act"), but has derived its connotation through case laws.
India
24 Oct 2018
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RADIO NASHA Held To Be Similar To PEHLA NASHA
The Delhi High Court in the passing off case - Entertainment Network (India) Ltd. v. HT Media Ltd. (CS(COMM) 179/2016 & IA No.3316/2016) granted temporary injunction in favour of the Plaintiff, vide judgment dated July 13, 2018.
India
28 Sep 2018
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Capitalising Music In India: Performers' Royalty Rights (Video)
Inclusion of Section 38A in the Copyrights Act brought with it the Right of performers to receive royalty for the commercial use of their musical work (R3).
India
2 Aug 2018
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Singers And The Royalty Debate
‘Royalty' is one of the most debatable topics in the world of music. Royalty is the ‘payment to an owner for the use of property, especially patents, copyrighted works, franchises or natural resources.'
India
5 Jun 2018
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The Return Of The Nightingale: An Insight Into The IP Licensing Regime In The Music Industry In India
"It's a very frightening situation because it's only the royalty we count on. The music industry has completely changed, people now believe in buying and consuming music digitally.
India
15 May 2018
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