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Tattoos: Can We Copyright That Too?

The tattoo depicted in the movie ‘Hangover 2’ is remarkably similar, if not identical to the one Mike Tyson has in real life. has. But one would hardly expect the tattoo artist to approach the Federal District Court and demand the movie’s screening be stopped on grounds of copyright

Music Licenses in the Cloud

As we move everything to the cloud, licensing issues around internet-based services have come to the forefront. In this context, it may be worthwhile to examine a few of them in relation to a few cloud based multimedia services currently being offered to consumers. Cloud based music

Scanning the World’s Library

In the context of the Google Books project, all is not well with the search giant, with Justice Chin of the US District Court rejecting the proposed settlement between Google, the Authors Guild and the publishing industry. That said, it does not appear that Google has any immediate

The ‘2G Scam’

The Supreme Court delivered its highly anticipated decision in the 2G case, marking a watershed moment in the history of Indian telecom law and policy. By directing the cancellation of 122 licences, it brought to conclusion the events surrounding the ‘2G Scam’, which had taken the country by storm