Copyright law shields makers of unique material from unapproved duplication or use. For a unique work to be ensured by copyright laws, it must be in unmistakable structure. In the U.S., crafted by makers is ensured by copyright laws until 70 years after their demise
Authored by Devang Bhatia, Delhi Metropolitan Education, GGSIPU.
The ubiquity of the Internet as an excellent and entirely modern intermediary in an all-inclusive human contact worldwide has been a huge problem for the copyright works of lawyers and others. The Internet and computer networks allow more and more individuals to engage in the building of common knowledge, thereby weakening attempts to promote the creators of intellectual property. The Internet allows the almost simultaneous replication of original quality and the global diffusion of copyrighted works at light speed. The above-mentioned intriguing aspect of Internet appears as the most important copying machine in the world. The puzzling and contradictory essence of the digital dilemma is related to the dichotomy between the notion of “information wants to be free” and the apprehension of more recorded information access in the digital setting. This article shall investigate and discuss objectively unindustrialized copyright-protecting problems in the digital world, the emerging trends in this digital copyright law against the aforementioned backdrop.