Category: Intellectual Property

Guiding Businesses

Risk, Security And Privacy Issues Addressing Old Threats And Emerging Risks-Digital World

Our everyday lives move forward with the use of technology. The new and growing digital world is designed to make lives easy, better and solves our social problems. Although, it comes with its baggage of challenges and issues related to risks, security and privacy. Technology, with its growing developments, lacks immunity from devising any harm.…
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ROLE OF IPR IN INVESTMENTS AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

Intellectual Property Rights are essential assets for the growth and development of any economy. They refer to the legal right granted to the creations that have arisen from the intellect of a human. These rights are granted in order to encourage creativity and innovation by ensuring that the creators reap the benefits of the inventions…
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Exceptions To Copyright Infringement: Sweat Of Brow, Modicum Of Creativity, Fair Use And Fair Dealing

Copyright is an exclusive bundle of rights given to the author of a literary work. This allows the author to publish his work, transform it from one medium to another, and license his rights to others. If any other person uses the copyrighted material to his advantage without the express consent of the author, he…
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Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning And The Patent Process: A More Cost-Effective Tomorrow?

The notion of “time is money” was born in the factories of the Industrial Revolution. Since then, people have always strived towards greater efficiency, trying to achieve more in less time. As Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) and machine learning (“ML”) become more conventional, stakeholders to the global intellectual property (“IP”) system are gradually adopting these tools.…
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Domain Name Monetization: An Indian Perspective to Cybersquatting

The Internet has its profound influence on modem business practices, especially intellectual property, is unmistakable. Unlike in the brick-and-mortar world where consumers purchase products and services in physical stores and thus have clear context as to where, what, and from whom they are purchasing, online consumers have far fewer certain indicators of origin.