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The Court explained that the 1994 amendment was introduced for protecting and facilitating the exercise of owner’s rights and not restricting or diminishing them.

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“The hoarding incorporating the mural would reveal that it is clearly an advertisement and that defendant’s advertisement reproduced plaintiff’s mural titled ‘Humanity’.”

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Wynk claimed that Section 31D covers all kinds of dissemination that may be encompassed by the phrase “broadcast” or “communicating to the public”, but does not expressly say anything about the internet, does not prohibit or forbid internet-based services, radio-like or not.

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“If any person or entity mis-describes the work as an original work, when it is actually not and is a copy of another work, such registration will be a registration wrongly remaining on the Register of Copyrights.”

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by Saurav Kumar†

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by Yash Vardhan Garu and Hetvi Mehta

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    Gujarat High Court: While deciding the instant matter concerning copyright infringement, the Bench of Niral Mehta, J., observed that a

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    Delhi High Court: In a case filed by Warner Bros. Entertainment Limited (‘plaintiff') seeking a decree of permanent injunction restraining

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Tis Hazari Court, Delhi: In a case relating to the unauthorized printing/binding/manufacturing/storing/advertising for sale and selling of counterfeit books published by Eastern

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Supreme Court: In a case where the Trial Court had held that the offence under Section 63 of the Copyright Act is

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by Aniket Aggarwal*

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Introduction The Copyright Act, 1957 (Copyright Act) governs the law relating to copyright in India. The Copyright (Amendment) Act, 2012 (2012 Amendment)

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Bombay High Court: In a recent order, a Single Judge Bench comprising of G.S. Patel, J has clarified that a mere act