You are looking at 1 - 2 of 2 items

  • Author or Editor: Suzanne Rab x
Clear All Modify Search
This content is available to you

Suzanne Rab

The field of artificial intelligence or ‘AI’ has been reshaping virtually every industry built on the idea that machines could be used to simulate human intelligence through so-called ‘machine learning’. Antitrust interest in this topic has been generated among regulators, policy-makers, academics and business in the EU and internationally. This article explores the extent to which AI may raise competition or other concerns for consumer welfare and whether existing legal and policy instruments are appropriate to deal with the emerging opportunities and challenges.

You do not have access to this content

Binny Kalra, Tanvi Misra and Suzanne Rab

The contribution of the creative industries to a country’s economic growth is unquestionable. While copyright provides the creator of a work with a recognizable right, it is crucial for the creator to understand the right mechanism to monetize this right. The law governing monetization of copyright is riddled with judicial uncertainty and legislative word play. Hence, with this narrative, we strive to break down the complexities and the demystify the provisions of the Indian Copyright Act, 1957. We have also tried to address the nuances of the Indian Copyright law in its application to each kind of copyright. Anyone interested in monetizing copyright should find this as an interesting and helpful first step toward understanding copyright agreements. India’s modern competition law was introduced by the Competition Act 2002 (Competition Act). The Competition Act established the Competition Commission of India (CCI) as India’s dedicated competition authority. The CCI has issued major decisions in a number of sectors.