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How Trivial is Trivial in Copyright Suits?

Issued: September 01 2012
As advances in technology ease copyright violation, India has seen rise to what may only be called trivial violations of copyright law. A recent judgment by the High Court of Delhi has helped delineate the line between trivial and non-trivial, reports Lucy Rana.

 

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