Posts Tagged "Intellectual Property"

The Intellectual Property Games – RIO 2016

The Olympics Games Rio 2016 officially concluded over a week ago yet the controversies it propagated are still in action. The US Olympic Committee claimed that non-sponsors could not tweet about the Olympic Games in Rio and in furtherance sent

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Breaking the fourth wall – Virtual Property and Intellectual Property Rights in India

The Big Bang theory fans, would remember the episode where Sheldon’s Ostrich from the game World of Warcraft was stolen and Penny and the boys had to go and get it from the person who stole it. Cutting the long

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IPR and Blogging – A blog for the bloggers

If you like then you should’a write blog on it, that’s not how the song goes, but I guess you get the drift. Today, blogging hasn’t just become a hobby but also a profession. There are so many amateur bloggers

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Taxes and Intellectual Property – Royalty payments in India

Intellectual Property Rights are one of the most valuable assets of organizations. To maintain a fine balance between promoting research and development and economic growth, various countries have different strategies regarding granting of intellectual property rights as well as other

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SPORTS – Intellectual Property has got your back!

Gone are those days where sports were played as a result of passion and recreation. No one considered sports as a profession or a career. Today, it has become a huge business opportunity where people can mint money. The number

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Plant Breeder’s Rights and Intellectual Property!

Intellectual Property Rights are basically assumed to protect everything from original plays and novels to inventions and company trademarks. So the concept of Plant Breeders’ Rights (PBR) might seem a little strange. The main reason is that Intellectual Property rights
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3D Printing and Intellectual Property

Rapid prototyping, or 3D printing as it is called today was a method to create prototypes in industries before actual products were manufactured. It was both cost-effective and also a good method of determining if there were any defects before actually manufacturing the actual product. Technology advanced and times changed; 3D printing is now used to create anything and everything, including low-cost prosthetic limbs, skin and bones and many more such imaginable things! 3D printing technology is a revolutionary one and has been game changer for a number of industries.

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Decoding software programmes and Copyrights in India

The other day I was just walking on the road trying to get somewhere when someone just handed me this pamphlet which stated that the coaching centre was providing some kind of training to get a hang of this particular software at a certain fee. I passed it on to one of my friends who I thought might be interested in taking up the course. That is when I was told that this can’t be legit as the actual course costed twice the amount.

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Video games and Intellectual Property – Making the smart move!

Before I start off telling the world the numerous ways in which different parts of a video games can be protected as an intellectual property, I must admit that I don’t play video games myself and all my knowledge about it is limited to all that I hear about it from friends and colleagues. Though video games have never really fascinated me, when I started reading and knowing more about them (purely for research!), it’s definitely something I wanted to try my hand at!

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Board games and intellectual property – The way the law plays out

Growing up, board games were an integral part of my childhood and I particularly liked to play with my granddad because he’d always let me win! It is always fun to play a game of monopoly or scrabble with family or a group of friends, the losing and winning fights apart! Recently at work we were discussing games (among the many things discuss) and what we enjoy(ed) playing. It was while discussing this that I started thinking about intellectual property protection for board games.

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