1. Amul Wins Trademark Case in Canada Recently, the Federal Court at Ontario, Canada permanently barred a company, Amul Canada from infringing the trademark and copyright of India’s dairy giant, Amul. On observing that Amul Canada directed public attention to… Continue Reading →
1. The Man who Claims he created Bitcoin Wins Lawsuit Over Whitepaper Copyright Claim Australian scientist Craig Wright, who claims that he wrote the Bitcoin white paper published under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, has won a copyright case against Bitcoin.org…. Continue Reading →
In this article, Shouraseni Chakraborty comprehensively covers various tests used by Indian courts in determining the extent of copyright infringement in movies.
Anoushka Chauhan analyzes in-depth, the mechanism of copyrights and licensing in music through Taylor Swift’s recent tussle for her rights.