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An Indian perspective on intermediaries and safe harbours


Rajendra Kumar and Deepak Gogia of K&S Partners examine when internet service providers are liable for infringement of intellectual property and when they are protected by safe harbours

By the very nature of their activities, internet intermediaries, the facilitators of the virtual world, carry content or provide services that may be fraught with legal liability, i.e. the content may be defamatory or racist or published without the permission...


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