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Iprs V. Rajasthan Patrika

The Court has held that the 2012 amendments to the Copyright Act have the effect of creating substantive rights in favour of authors of underlying works. Communication of a sound recording to the public on each occasion, other than in a cinema hall, amounts to utilization of underlying literary and musical works, for which the authors thereof have a right to collect royalties.


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