Unveiling Creative Rights: Concise Note on Crafting a Copyright Canvas

  • Sundaram Parashar
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  • Sundaram Parashar

    Student at Amity Law School, Amity University, Patna, India

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In the vibrant landscape of creative expression, copyright is classified as a sui generis right and copyright stands as a vital brushstroke that safeguards the integrity of artistic Endeavors. This article delves into the intricate threads of copyright law, unraveling its multifaceted tapestry to reveals the ways in which it cultivates a nurturing environment for innovation and originality. At its core, copyrights embody the essence of ownership over one creative output. It provides artists, writers, musicians and creator of all kind with a shield of protection against unauthorized reproduction, distribution and utilization of their works. This protection empowers creators to share their artistry with the world, secure in the knowledge that their efforts are shielded from infringement. The brushstrokes of copyright extend beyond the canvas of individual works, encompassing the broader strokes of fair use, transformative works, and the delicate balance between protecting creators and fostering a culture of creativity. With technology reshaping the canvas of creation and Dissemination, navigating the waters of digital copyrights becomes a dynamic journey, requiring constant re-evaluation and adaptation. Yet as we Explore the nuances of copyright, we must also recognize its limitations. The fine line between inspiration and limitation, the gray areas of public domain and evolving realm of user generated content beckon us to tread carefully. While copyright ensures the longevity of creative rights, it should not stifle the vibrant symphony of inspiration that fuels the artistic world. This article ventures into the concise note of some notable copyright cases, where courts have wielded their gavels to define the boundaries of originality, derivative works and Historical perspective with related to its convention and subject matter of copyrights, Multifaceted dimensions of copyrights, rights of owner of copyright, registration of copyright.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 5, Page 465 - 481

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.115803

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