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Sunday Morning Insight

So, have I got this right: a monkey took a selfie. The man who owned the camera posted the photograph and copyrighted it. Now he’s being taken to court as it’s claimed that the monkey is the rightful owner of the photograph. 11 more words

Life

Approve what is Excellent

Sometimes we think of being “blameless” in terms of what we avoid. But being passive in life, out of fear we will do or say the wrong thing, does not lead to a blameless life.   410 more words

Meanderings Of The Mind

Sunday Book-Thought 54

Copyright ignores robots. This choice is entirely consistent with copyright’s theory of the romantic reader. It is amply supported by fair use doctrine. And it yields sensible results in the cases that have come before the courts. 89 more words

Reading

Supreme Court hear Sahara-SEBI refund dispute

Surprisingly, no one has laid claim to this money. Looks like there were no depositors, the entire thing was a hoax. Unique way to hide black-money, by showing fictitious deposits from non-existent persons and pretending to service it, systematically. 63 more words

Politics

On Chasing my Dream: The Start of my Journey to Becoming a Lawyer

Well, it’s been a while since I opened my blog and wrote an entry. A lot of things happened in the last two months and it is but right, I believe, to update you about my what I’ve been up to. 1,283 more words

Book Review

God's Law is Good #1133

8 But we know that the law is good if one uses it lawfully, 9 knowing this: that the law is not made for a righteous person, but for the lawless and insubordinate, for the ungodly and for sinners, for the unholy and profane, for murderers of fathers and murderers of mothers, for manslayers, … 233 more words

Lawyers have heart

The start of reviewing and learning to pass for the bar examination is in the first day of the class in the first year of first sem. 353 more words

Law