Art and Indian Copyright Law: A Statutory Reading

A look at how the Indian Copyright Act, 1957, as amended in 2012, interacts with art (other than films and sound recordings), and, in particular, with Indian art. The first part of this text comprises a feminist and post-colonial reading of the Indian copyright statute while later parts focus on interpreting the provisions of the statute in relation to art.

21 March 2015

Link: India's Daughter

A post about the programme 'India's Daughter' which has been published at Legally India:

"Regardless of how one approaches the programme ‘India’s Daughter’, which purports to tell the story of the woman who was gangraped and fatally wounded in a Delhi bus in 2012, it appears to be flawed. Its content is questionable, the manner in which it is has been filmed is questionable, the grounds on which it has enraged many people are questionable, and the attempts to suppress it are questionable." [Read more...]


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