Software Patentability: An Exploration

  • G. Srividhya Iyer and T. Pradeepa
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  • G. Srividhya Iyer

    Student at SASTRA (Deemed to be University), India

  • T. Pradeepa

    Student at SASTRA (Deemed to be University), India

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We are all techno sapiens. Ours is a digital age. Manual work is being replaced by machine work. Systems are embedded with software to perform high-speed tasks. Such software reduces the burden which would otherwise lie on human shoulders. It saves human resources, time, cost, money. But India doesn’t have a concrete framework to protect software. This paper revolves around the IP protection of software. This paper throws light on the patentability of software.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 4, Issue 1, Page 683 - 686


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