Wikileaks’ revelations of the TPP’s intellectual property chapter highlight a particularly insidious attempt by the United States to undermine India’s patent regime, thus undermining its efforts to keep medicines affordable
Students have been photocopying expensive text-books all these years, and the publishing industry has thrived and prospered. Should not the Copyright Act have a liberal exception for educational books?
Karnataka government now is equipped to arrest you even before you commit an offence under the IT Act—even if it thinks you are planning to send a 'lascivious' photo to a WhatsApp group, or forwarding a copyrighted song...
June 19 marks two years that the founder of Wikileaks has spent as a political refugee within the confines of the Ecuadorean embassy in London. A time to consider our own engagement with the surveillance state.
Free speech liberals should accept Navyana’s legal right to not publish Joe D’Cruz’s book, but nonetheless condemn its actions with the same vigour as they protested Penguin's decision regarding Doniger's book
As disturbing details about Netra become public, there are valuable lessons for India in the ongoing American debate over bulk telephone surveillance which has left two American courts to give opposing verdicts