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Title: Remix and Copyright Law
Authors: Tulzapurkar, Veerendra
Keywords: Copyright Act;remix of an old song;economics of remix;infringement;moral rights
Issue Date: Mar-2005
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: The article is an attempt to make a systematic analysis of the much discussed issue of ‘remix’ of old songs. It explains, in detail, how remix is done and the economics behind it. The provisions of the Copyright Act, 1957, which make it possible to make a remix from an old song, are also explained. It further analyses and comments on the decisions of the courts on this issue. While interpreting and commenting on the relevant provisions of the Copyright Act, 1957, it suggests the provisions in the Act by which objectionable remix of an old song can be prevented.
Page(s): 106-111
ISSN: 0971-7544
Appears in Collections:JIPR Vol.10(2) [March 2005]

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