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An Introduction to What This Is

“The best things in life make you sweaty.”

Edgar Allan Poe

Intellectual Property law represents an area of intense interest for us. It is one of the few bodies of law that can truly be said to tackle issues at the forefront of science, technology and innovation.

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Introduction to Remix Culture

The notion that everything – whether it be music, film, inventions, and further forms of artistic material – is a copy, paired alongside with the harsh statutory developments in intellectual property and copyright law evidences the suggestion that… 237 more words

Culture

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AS A HUMAN RIGHT

ABSTRACT

This paper is inspired from The Digital Migration Case that underwent thorough proceedings before Judges of The High Court, The Court of Appeal and The Supreme Court of Kenya . 391 more words

Intellectual Property

Wrap Up of 'It's not Theft, it's Art'

On 20 July 2015, La Trobe Law School, in collaboration with the National Gallery of Victoria held a joint panel on ‘It’s not Theft, it’s Art’. 213 more words

Events

ILS IPR Cell: Session on Basic Principles of Intellectual Property and Copyright Law

Back to Basics!

The first session on basics of IP Law was conducted by Ms. Aishwarya Bedekar and Ritvik M. Kulkarni.

Here, the Cell has briefly discussed the idea that is Intellectual Property, and the justification, requirement and modes of its protection. 83 more words

Copyright

Forgive and Forget or Live to Regret? Google Evaluates One Million Links for the EU’s Right to Be Forgotten

In a previous blog post, we covered the drama surrounding the right to be forgotten (aka the right of individuals to have personal information removed from the internet that they find embarrassing, harmful, or potentially stigmatizing), its express adoption in the EU, and Google’s alleged obligation to investigate. 1,085 more words

First Amendment