Analyzing the Upcoming Trends of Digital Copyright Law in India

  • Khuloos Aziz Chawla
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  • Khuloos Aziz Chawla

    Student at Amity Law School, Noida AUUP, India

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The copyright basically means to protect the rights of the creator of the artistic work. It protects the right of the inventor. The new era of digitalization and through internet the infringement of copyright laws have become more and more common. People find it easier to copy and paste just to fulfill their task without realizing that they are cheating on. The copying one’s own research is not looked up as a crime until it is brought into the eyes of law. The reason behind copyright infringement has become an easy task is ‘Google it’ culture. Everyone believes that what is being shown by the websites is meant for the free work to copy paste without realizing that it might be the result of someone’s hard work. This paper aims to provide the critical analysis of the copy right laws and highlight the grey areas where more development or stringent laws are required as per the analysis of the research outcome.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 5, Page 244 - 246


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