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ABOUT AUTHOR: Ms. Rabia Bari, Associate, Charts & Anti Piracy, Indian Music Industry (IMI) Introduction Nudge theory is not a panacea to the problem of digital music piracy but can be an additional remedy to combat digital piracy in the Indian recorded music industry. This blog is based on IMI findings and...
“Rachnatmak Bharat, Abhinav Bharat” (Creative India, Innovative India)- this slogan was the backbone of the National IPR Policy (hereinafter referred to as Policy) that was launched on 12th May, 2016. To realise this objective, the Policy focussed on various facets of intellectual property development, ranging from the commercialisation of...
The BCCI will be conducting the IPL Media rights auction any time now and per newspaper reports the bidding will be fierce given that both TV broadcasters and tech giants will be putting in their bids. The last time the final bid for 5 years was a whopping Rs...
About Author: Keshab Roy Choudhury is a fourth year student at Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat. He is interested in IP and competition law. I. Introduction: The WIPO has recognized the importance of leveraging the power of IP to protect the commercial interests of the various participants in the...
About the Author: Vanshika Arora is a 5th Year Law Student pursuing B.B.A.LL.B from Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. She has a keen interest in the field of Intellectual Property Law and Media & Entertainment Law. Introduction Recently, the Supreme Court of India sparked the conversation regarding the aspect of film promos...
About Author: The author is a B.A. LL. B graduate from ILS Law College, Pune (Batch: 2014-19) and currently practices intellectual property laws. Introduction The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (“MEITY”) and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (“MIB”) has on 25th February 2021 published and notified the Information Technology...
About the Author: Rishubh Agarwal is a 4th Year, BBA LL.B (Hons.) student at Jindal Global Law School Introduction In a sovereign democracy, it is both implied and fundamental that the government serves to ‘protect’ its citizens, if we draw from the idea that the government is of, by and for the...
About the Author:  Aviral Srivastava, is a 4th year law student at Symbiosis Law School, Noida. He has great interests in IPR and Technology Laws. Introduction The Bombay High Court recently passed an order reiterating that non-IPC offences punishable with "up to three years", will be categorised as cognizable and non-bailable. That...
We are pleased to bring to you our next guest post by Ujjawal Bhargava, fourth-year student of the Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. Ujjawal has a keen interest in the subject of Intellectual Property, specifically copyright and trademark laws. He has written for us earlier here and here. INTRODUCTION Recently, the Indian...
We are pleased to bring to you our next guest post by Ujjawal Bhargava, fourth-year student of the Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. Ujjawal has a keen interest in the subject of Intellectual Property, specifically copyright and trademark laws. He has written for us earlier here . Recently, the...

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