India and the WIPO Broadcasters Treaty : Past Position & Future

Going by India’s opening statement  on behalf of the Asia – Pacific Group, it seemed supportive of a balanced WBT. However, I’m not in a position to comment on the ensuing negotiations during the informal sessions.

The webcast of the 32nd SCCR is available here. The eight hour long negotiations on the WBT continued until the morning of Wednesday, 11th May’16 (first seven webcasts from the top).  I’ve jotted down some rough notes based on the webcast of the negotiations on the Revised Consolidated Text on Definitions, Object of Protection and Rights to be Granted.

Source: India and the WIPO Broadcasters Treaty : Past Position & Future

About Seemantani Sharma (My views are my own and they should be yours too)

Nomadic IP Lawyer. Penchant for reading, critically thinking and writing (at times ranting) about IP. Awaiting for the Eureka moment for clearing my perpetual muddled academic interest - the global politics of IP or its economics or their confluence Aspire to enrol for a Ph.D in international and comparative IP law in the next five years or so.
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