• Influence of Berne Convention On Copyright Laws In India

    Author(s):
    Deepanshi, JIMS School of law affiliated to GGSIPU, New Delhi, Kunal Marwah, JIMS School of law affiliated to GGSIPU, New Delhi
    Contributor(s):
    IJLLR (see profile)
    Date:
    2021
    Subject(s):
    Law
    Item Type:
    Article
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/wj4n-mw87
    Abstract:
    Copyright is an exclusive legal right given to the owner of the intellectual property, in simple terms it means that it is a legal right for the creator and for only people who are been authorized by the creator have exclusive right to reproduce the work. The creative work be in any form for example, art, literacy, educational, etc. In India, Copyright is a form of intellectual property, & the protection has been granted under Indian law to the creators of original work of authorship such as literary work (including computer related programs, table and compilations including computer database which can be expressed in words, or in any other form, dramatics, musical and other artistic works, cinematographic films and even sound recordings. In India Copyright laws came into existence under the legislation of 1914 this legislation was modelled after the Copyright Laws of United Kingdom, the Copyright Act 1911. The Copyright Laws in effect currently in India have grown and adapted overtime to be a complaint to most of the international treaties and conventions that govern the field of copyrights The current functions in the field of copyright in India are governed by the Copyright Act, 1957 with amendments in the years 1983, 1984, 1992, 1999 and 2012 along with the Copyright Rules, 2013.
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