Intellectual Property Rights: Issues and Concern

  • Dr. Poonam Sharma
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  • Dr. Poonam Sharma

    Assistant Professor at Institute of Law, Kurukshetra University, India.

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IPRs are the rights granted to individuals over their mental inventions. The exponential growth of technology has significantly expanded the opportunity of intellectual property rights. The advancement of tools has also resulted in a rise in instances of intellectual property rights infringement. Residents have generally needed consciousness of their IPRs. Infringement cases arise inferable from absence of sharpness among businesspersons. New revelations like copying machine, typewriter, PC, and so forth are every one of the threat to the protected innovation freedoms. Insights recommend that larger part of IP encroachment cases in India include a little firm being uninformed about the rudiments of IP freedoms. Absence of mindfulness among inhabitants and business people is the significant test which should be investigated by the specialists. Old standards can't address with difficulties presented by arising innovations. New innovation is giving a trouble of keeping a general set of laws where Intellectual Property Rights are kept up with. The public authority needs to build up equilibrium in protecting licensed innovation privileges and restricting the freedom of residents.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 6, Page 448 - 461


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