Copyright lessons

Business Standard Editorial Comment | New Delhi Sep 22, 2016 09:41 PM IST

The Delhi High Court's notable judgment last week lifting a four-year ban on a photocopier kiosk on the Delhi University campus from providing students with "course packs" containing material from books published by three international publishers is unlikely to end the debate around copyright laws and their application. The votaries of a better alignment between Indian and global intellectual property rights (IPRs) will deplore the ruling, which struck down a petition filed by the Oxford and Cambridge University Presses and Taylor.....

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