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India’s Copyright Law Extended to Technology

Issued: January 01 2013

Before India amended its Copyright Act in 2012, software was the only technology governed by the law. The expanded law extends the copyright regime to internet service providers, consumer electronics and technological protection measures. Nishchal Anand explains.

 

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