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India’s Copyright Act amendments slammed

Peter Ollier, London

A bill amending India’s Copyright Act has been criticised by IP lawyers for being poorly thought through and badly drafted

Kapil Sibal, minister for Human Resource Development, introduced the Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2010 into the Rajya Sabha, the Upper House of India's parliament, on April 19.

"The happy equilibrium between different interest groups of the old Copyright Act could be...

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