INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS ISSUES IN CYBERSPACE- INDIAN PERSPECTIVE


Shashya Mishra
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, AMITY UNIVERSITY
Abstract
We are living in the age of information and technology (ICT). ICT tools are used commonly in our day-to-day life to share and grasp knowledge from all around the world because it enhances the modes of communication. A person sitting in any corner of the world can interact with anyone just sitting comfortably at his place. Further comes the term Cyberspace which is an immaterial sphere of information, which appears due to technical and social environments interconnection, i.e. the environment of information and communication technologies ICT enabling us to transform, store, use and interchange information (to communicate). Cyberspace includes technical (hardware), programme (software) computer equipment. of network is the Internet, with the modern voice communication possibilities (conference, videoconference), text (e-mails), visual (skype) and other integrable social and technical interface tools.To handle the issues arising in the cyberspace Information Technology Act 2000 was legislated. The act has been made to curb cybercrime. In the cyberspace the issues related to infringement of intellectual property right is very common in India. This research work revolves around the nexus between cyberspace and issues related to intellectual property rights.
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EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-11-29

Vol : 7
Issue : 11
Month : November
Year : 2021
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