The Messiah or the Mirage: Analysing Shenzen Tencent Vs Shanghai Yinxun’s Contribution to the Discourse on AI and Authorship

Posted on October 21, 2020 Authored by Aditya Krishna* Introduction “AI” or Artificial intelligence has been developing in leaps and bounds over the past decades. With many applications emerging, and a multitude more on the horizon, it is inevitable that the legal field is bound to undergo drastic changes to cater for the changing technology […]

Data LegoLand: Text and Data Mining and its Impact on COVID-19

Posted on August 25, 2020 Co-authored by Akshat Agrawal & Manika Dayal* Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has halted the world and has affected almost every aspect of an individual’s livelihood. This has led many academic researchers and pharmaceutical companies relentlessly working towards finding both treatments and vaccines for COVID-19. The need for a solution through […]

“I AGREE”: Analysis of Click-Wrap Agreements on Social Media Platforms

Posted on July 23, 2020 Authored by Manika Dayal The evident and rapid popularization of social media platforms all over the world arguably functions under the pretext of simplicity. A simple means of connecting communities, cultures, people, traditions, trends and ideologies. In theory the intent behind social media platforms seems almost too idealistic to accomplish. […]

Sound Recordings and Musical Works under the Copyright Act – Ownership, Assignment, Royalties and Remixes (Part 1)

Posted on July 13, 2020 Authored by Tanya Varshney Under the Copyright Act, 1957, copyright protection is extended to three categories of work, namely – (a) original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works; (b) cinematograph films; and (c) sound recordings[1]. Thus, both ‘musical works’ and ‘sound recording’ are covered as copyrightable works under the Act. […]