Category archives for Intellectual property

What India does matters in intellectual property

Valbona Muzaka

Court decisions in India are setting important precedents for the future of intellectual property It does not happen often that a court decision, especially that of a court in a developing country, is anticipated, scrutinised and reported so widely as was the case with the decision made by the Indian Supreme Court in April 2013.  The Supreme Court rejected the … Continue reading

4 July 2013 by
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Who is afraid of copyright?

Valbona Muzaka

Around the world knowledge is being enclosed and the struggle for public access is intensifying I became aware of the link between the recent suicide of Aaron Swartz in the US, the Finch Report  adopted by the UK Government and the legal troubles of the Rameshwari Photocopy Services in Delhi while on a research trip to India. That link is … Continue reading

26 February 2013 by
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