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GROUP 2

Roshan. Bikran. Deepika. Bharat Bhusan. Tausif.

TOPIC:- Intellectual Property Rights. Cyber Law.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS


Intellectual Property refers to creations of

mind, like inventions, literary and artistic works and symbols, names, images and designs used in commerce.
The legal rights accrued on the intellectual

property created are known as Intellectual Property Rights.

FORMS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY


Copyright.
Patent. Trademark. Design. An act has been enacted for each and every forms of

Intellectual Property.

COPYRIGHT
The copyright laws in India are contained in the

Copyright Act of 1957.


It is an exclusive right given by law for a certain term

of years to an author, composer or his assignee to print, publish and sell copies of his original works.
Section 14 of the act specifies the works where

copyright can be entertained:-

In case of literary, dramatic or musical work:-

- to reproduce the work in any material form that includes storing it by electronic means. - to perform the work in public or communicate it to the public. - to make cinematograph film or sound recording in respect of that work. - to make any translation or adaptation of the work.

In case of computer programmes:-

- any of the works specified in the previous slide. - to sell or commercially rent any copy of the computer programme.
In case of an artistic work:-

- to reproduce the work in any material form, including depiction in 3-D of a 2-D work.

- to communicate the work to the public. - to include the work in any cinematograph film. - to make an adaptation of the work.
In case of cinematograph film:-

- to make a copy of the film, including a photograph of any images forming part of the film. - to sell or hire any copy of the film. - to communicate the film to the public.

In case of sound recording:-

- to make any sound recording embodying it. - to sell or give or hire for sale any copy of the sound recording. - to communicate the sound recording to the public.

REGISTRATION OF COPYRIGHT
Section 39 of the act speaks about registration

of copyright.
Particulars for the registration:-

Name, address and nationality of the author.


Class and description of the work. Title of the work.

Language of the work. Whether the work is published or unpublished. Year and country of the first publication. Year and countries of subsequent publication

together with names and addresses and nationalities of the publishers.


If the work is an artistic work, the year of its

completion, the names, addresses and nationalities of the persons in possession of the work.

PATENT
The Patent Act of India was enacted in the year of

1970.
It is an enforceable legal right which is granted in

favour of the inventor to prevent his invention from others exploitation.


It is granted for a fixed period of time, i.e. for 20

years.

Section 2 (1) (j) of the Patent Act, 1970 defines

the term invention to any new or useful works like:- art, process method or manner or manufacture,

- machine, apparatus or another article,


- substances produced by manufacture and include any new and improvement of them.

RIGHTS OF PATENT HOLDER

PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING A PATENT


Section 6 (1) of the act speaks about the persons

who are entitled to apply for patents:- a true and first inventor, his assignee or legal representative.