1. Understanding Copyright Laws: Infringement, Protection and Exceptions

    described in section 22-29 of chapter V of Indian copyright act. The term of the copyright protection is as mentioned below. 1. The copyright term in respect to published literary, dramatic ...

  2. Generative Artificial Intelligence and Copyright Law

    Innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) are raising new questions about how copyright law principles such as authorship, infringement, and fair use will apply to content created or used by AI. So-called ... Congressional Research Service 4 4. the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work.

  3. Guides: Copyright Law Research Guide: Getting Started

    This research guide also includes information on federal statutory and regulatory sources of American copyright law (including copyright legislation), guidance on finding case law, and information about copyright organizations and associations (a list of government, private and advocacy organizations that deal with copyright issues).

  4. A quick guide to copyright law for research and academic writing

    6 mins. Authors of research papers encounter copyright typically in only two situations. The first, and far more common, is signing the copyright form (in effect, giving the copyright to their manuscript to the journal's publisher) as one of the last steps before the paper is published. The second, less common, is responding to the question ...

  5. Full article: The Use of Copyright in Digital Times: A Study of How

    Rights and their Use. The notion of copyright law as something that is used is reflected in its history, which extends from publishers' early attempts to control the printing press to the efforts of composers and performers to establish conventions that enabled them to control their work, most notably through the Berne convention of 1886 and the Rome convention of 1961 (Citation Ricketson ...

  6. Overview of Copyright Law by Jane C. Ginsburg :: SSRN

    Columbia University - Law School ( email) 435 West 116th Street Rm 710 New York, NY 10027 United States 212-854-3325 (Phone) 212-854-7946 (Fax)

  7. Disrupting Creativity: Copyright Law in the Age of Generative

    University of California, Los Angeles - David Geffen School of Medicine ( email) 1000 Veteran Avenue, Box 956939 Los Angeles, CA 90095-6939 United States

  8. Navigating the legal landscape of AI copyright: a comparative analysis

    This paper compares AI copyright approaches in the EU, US, and China, evaluating their effectiveness and challenges. It examines the recognition of AI-generated works as copyrightable and the exclusive rights of copyright owners to reproduce, distribute, publicly display, and perform such works. Differences in approaches, such as recognizing AI as a sui generis right holder in the EU and the ...

  9. Digital Commons @ American University Washington College of Law

    conceptualizing a 'Right to Research', as a right for individuals, but also as an intergenerational right which creates obligations, is a necessary foundation for a more sustainable future. While such a right can be conceived very broadly, this article illustrates the necessity of such a right to research in copyright law.

  10. Copyright Law: An Introduction and Issues for Congress

    copyright laws. Over time, Congress has greatly expanded the types of works subject to copyright (originally limited to books and maps), and the length of copyright terms (originally no more than 28 years). Some of these changes served to harmonize U.S. copyright law with international standards and treaties. The copyright law currently in ...

  11. Copyright Reports & Research Papers

    The copyright reports, articles and papers below are written by a wide array of scholars and organizations that we trust to deliver credible, relevant, and interesting information relating to important copyright legal and policy issues. These are mostly academic papers and not intended for individual creators. Author. Organization.

  12. PDF Text Recycling in Research Writing- U.S. Copyright Law and Fair Use FINAL

    According to our analysis, the most common uses of text recycling in scientific research articles are generally allowable according to U.S. copyright law under fair use. Reuse of materials that describe methods, materials, background, and literature review are especially likely to pose little legal risk. To the extent that STEM journal and ...

  13. Right to Research and Copyright Law: From Photocopying to Shadow

    Using the Sci-Hub case, which is currently facing copyright infringement by a group of publishers before the Delhi High Court, the article evaluates the Open Access Movement, fair dealing in copyright law, academic piracy, and courts cases in the United States, India, and other countries, within the broad meaning of the right to research. The ...

  14. When Copyright Law and Science Collide: Empowering Digitally Integrated

    b. Exclusive Rights in Noncopyrightable Collections of Data . Compilations of facts and data receive relatively thin protection from the copyright laws of both the United States and the European Union. 272 Under these laws, only a creative selection and arrangement of facts or data qualifies as eligible subject matter, and the disparate facts remain available for use by third-party compilers ...

  15. Right to Research and Copyright Law: From Photocopying to Shadow

    M P Ram Mohan* & Aditya Gupta** Download a PDF version of this article here. Academic research and publishing are facing a crisis. The importance of access to academic literature in an interconnected world, the ever-growing cost of subscriptions to this literature, different revenue models of journals, and reduced or stagnant library budgets are pushing […]

  16. Understanding copyright for journal authors

    Validate, produce and disseminate the article in accordance with the publication model chosen; Act as steward in the long-term curation of the article, including managing any updates or changes to the article, and managing any ethics disputes that arise, so that readers can have confidence that the version they are viewing is the latest and most complete version of record

  17. PDF Digital Copyright Law and Protection of Rights: a Look Into National

    rule of the East India Company in the year 1847. According to it, copyright was granted for a lifetime of the author plus 7 years or 42 years.

  18. Copyright Challenges in the Digital Age: Balancing Intellectual

    The paper surveys the legal framework governing intellectual property rights in the digital sphere, highlighting the complexities arising from the widespread use of online platforms. At the core of the research is an examination of the dynamic interplay between copyright protection and data privacy rights.

  19. LibGuides: How to Write a Research Paper: Copyright

    I. Single Copy. A single copy of the following may be made for an individual's own scholarly research or in preparation for a class: a chapter from a book; an article from a periodical or newspaper; a short essay, story, or poem; a chart, graph, diagram, drawing, cartoon or picture from a book, periodical, or newspaper.

  20. PDF Copyright Infringement On The Internet: A Study Of The Legal And © 2023 IJCRT | Volume 11, Issue 4 April 2023 | ISSN: 2320-2882 IJCRT2304570 International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT) e658

  21. Copyright in Academic Research and Publication

    There are two sides to copyright in academic research and publication: Your rights in the copyrighted works you are creating, such as dissertations, scholarly articles, and books. The rights of other authors or creators in the copyrighted works you are using. In addition, contracts and licensing play an important role.

  22. PDF Copyright Law & Copyrightable Work in Cyber Space: Issues & Challenges

    4 Nandan Kamath, Law Relating to Computers, Internets and E-Commerce 230 (Universal Law Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., 2nd edn., 2005). 5 Prof. Tripti Bhushan & Yash Arora, 'Intellectual Property Rights and Its Protection in Cyberspace and media laws' Vol-6 Issue-6 2020, IJARIIE-ISSN(O)-2395-4396,

  23. Creativity and Information Intermediaries in the Age of ...

    This editorial explores the transformative potential of generative AI within the framework of copyright law, challenging the traditional notions of 'fair use' and the role of information intermediaries. This editorial argues that current copyright practices, dominated by intermediaries, hinder the creative freedoms that generative AI can offer.