MANORANJANLL.M (1ST YEAR), ID.NO.479BUSINESS LAW
RIGHT TO ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE Art. 26(1) of UDHR, 1948: “Everyone has the right to education………… Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit.” Art.13 of INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS(ICESCR) GENERAL COMMENT NO.13 OF COMMITTEE OF ECONOMIC, SOCIAL & CULTURAL RIGHTS ON RIGHT TO EDUCATION ON ECONOMIC ACCESS
PARTITIONING OF THE MARKETSMONOPOLISTIC BEHAVIOURPRICE DIFFERENTIALISATION
First Sale DoctrineExhaustion Regimes National Exhaustion Regional Exhaustion International Exhaustion
PRESENT INDIANLEGAL FRAMEWORK S.51(b)(iv) r/w S.2(m) of the Copyright Act, 1957
DIFFICULTIES UNDER THE PRESENT INDIAN COPYRIGHT REGIME ??? Problems of Economic Access Questions of Affordability “Outdated ” Low price editionsLegal uncertainty to Libraries and Distributors
Proposed Amendment to Copyright ActProposed S.2(m) in Copyright (Amendment)Bill, 2010: “Provided that a copy of a work published in any country outside India with the permission of the author of the work and imported from that country into India shall not be deemed to be an infringing copy”
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