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Copyright (Amendment) Rules, 2019 – Much Needed Amendment?
Thus, it would be fine to say that the suggested Amendments are well framed and thought of to achieve its objective.
India
24 Jul 2019
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Breaking Up Of Products And IP Licensing: Tivo
TiVo is one of the prominent leaders in the field of broadcast services
India
26 Jun 2019
3
Intellectual Property Rights In Movie / Comic Characters
From being created in comics to being incorporated in television and movies, characters like Iron Man, Hulk, Mickey Mouse, ChottaBheem, Shaktiman, Wonder Woman, Harry Potter, Ben 10 have become a part of our daily lives.
India
5 Jun 2019
4
Priyanka Chaudhari Joins Netflix As The Legal Director And Senior Counsel!
Netflix is an American media service provider that has been leading the path of digital media and content since 1997.
India
3 Jun 2019
5
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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A Frightening Case Of Digital Piracy In The Entertainment Industry
Copyright piracy is a threat to the creative liberty of artists.
India
17 May 2019
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Fate Of PM Narendra Modi
Directed by Omung Kumar, this upcoming Indian biographical movie ‘PM Narendra Modi : Story of a Billion People' which has been produced by various Producers namely, Suresh Oberoi, Sandip Ssingh, Anand Pandit, Archana Manish ...
India
2 May 2019
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Glorification Of Stalking In Bollywood
According to the National Crime Records Bureau, the number of stalking cases in 2015 was 6,266.
India
22 Apr 2019
9
The Cinematograph Amendment Bill, 2019
The Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved the Cinematograph Amendment Bill 2019. This Amendment bill aims to amend the Cinematograph Amendment act 1952.
India
27 Feb 2019
10
Adaptation v/s Copyright Infringement
The word ‘adaptation' connotes innocence. The minute we hear or read this word, we pass it off as something that is an innocent or general attempt to recreate a piece of work that has already been produced or composed and appreciated.
India
21 Feb 2019
11
Simmba vs Simba: A Trademark Tussle
Before the release date, Rohit Shetty's much-appreciated film ‘Simmba' got into trademark squabble with ‘Sona Beverages Co. Ltd'.
India
20 Feb 2019
12
Modern Day Law for the Modern Indian Cinema ( Indian Cinematograph Bill, 2018 {Insights , Highlights, Proposals, Drawback, Analysis})
Manto was Indo-Pakistani author who remained controversial throughout his life for his "so called" provocative, obscene stories.
India
7 Feb 2019
13
Celebrity Rights – Is It Important In India?
During the past couple of years, celebrity or personality rights has been a hot topic of discussion in field of intellectual property.
India
31 Jan 2019
14
Character Merchandising
In India The Copyright Act 1957 seems to be the lone warrior supporting the copyright owners.
India
2 Jan 2019
15
Regulation Of Content Available On Video-On-Demand Players Like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Zee5, Hotstar
There are various video-on-demand streaming (VOD) platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Hotstar etc. which provide online streaming services allowing people watch a wide-variety of contents ...
India
13 Nov 2018
16
Miss Kajal Agarwal vs. The Managing Director, M/s V.V.D. & Sons Pvt. Ltd.
The Appellant is a well-known South Indian actress.
India
8 Oct 2018
17
Mattel, Inc. And Ors. v. Aman Bijal Mehta And Ors
The use of catchy words and established brand name in a song, to attract the attention of the viewer is not something that is new these days.
India
15 Mar 2018
18
Take On Producer's Right In ‘Dubbing' And ‘Remaking' Of A Movie
Can a producer of a film remake or dub it without the permission of the author of the script? The answer to this question is given by a division bench of Madras High Court in a recent case of ...
India
13 Mar 2018
19
Is Censorship A Necessary Evil?
The recent delay and cuts in the movie "Padmavati" is just one of the many examples of censorship in India.
India
7 Mar 2018
20
Copyright And Reality TV Shows
There is a thin line between inspiration and infringement. Copying a script in a unique way is inspiration, but "in an original way" it is an absolute infringement of that right. Copyright cannot protect "ideas" but only the mere expression of the same.
India
19 Feb 2018
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