11 Jun 2019

The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade vide their press statement dated 30th May 2019 has proposed to introduce the Copyright Amendment Rules, 2019[1] (hereinafter “Rules”) primarily to address and adapt to ongoing technological advancements in the digital era and to bring them in parity with other relevant legislations. The draft rules are open until 29th June 2019 for objections and suggestions by all persons likely to be affected by it. The Copyright Rules, 2013 were last amended in 2016.>>

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04 Sep 2018

In a recent case of Disney Enterprises, Inc. and Ors. vs. Pankaj Aggarwal and Ors. [CS (Comm.) 449/2016, I.A. 2107/2014 and I.A. 2110/2014], the Delhi High Court dealt with the issue of character merchandising and upheld that the use of the character “Lightning McQueen” violated the copyrights of Disney (Plaintiff) and also the rights in the character.>>

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27 Sep 2016

Three-Dimensional printing (3D printing or Additive Manufacturing) refers to the development of 3D physical objects from 3D digital model data in computer-aided design (CAD) or additive manufacturing (AM) file formats using computer-controlled 3D printers. The CAD files could be generated by scanning the real world objects that need to be printed or by designing objects digitally on a computer. 3D printing enables printing of any 3D physical object and considering the application of 3D printing technology in numerous fields, there is no doubt that it is one of the more important and exciting emerging technologies. 3D printing mitigates the complexities involved in manufacturing across various sectors and simplifies the processes.>>

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