Copyright laws are guardians of our innovation and creativity. These laws protect an author’s ownership and distribution over original expressive work. With the spread of the Internet, copyright laws all over the globe have become inadequate and irrelevant. Be it literary work, sound recordings, films, anything and everything can now be digitised. The Internet has made the reproduction of these works easy and cost-effective. CPPR Research Intern, Sivakami Prasanna writes..

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