Month: November 2020

Plagiarism Copyright Legality Debate

Who Watches the Plagiarism Police? (Part-II)

In this two-part article, Brian L. Frye (Professor at University of Kentucky – College of Law) and Akshat Agrawal (Judicial Law Clerk at the Delhi High Court) discuss the nuances of plagiarism norms vis-a-vis copyright law. In the first part, the authors explain the difference between copyright infringement and attribution under plagiarism norms.

Plagiarism Copyright Legality Debate

Who Watches the Plagiarism Police? (Part-I)

In this two-part article, Brian L. Frye (Professor at University of Kentucky – College of Law) and Akshat Agrawal (Judicial Law Clerk at the Delhi High Court) discuss the nuances of plagiarism norms vis-a-vis copyright law. In the first part, the authors explain the difference between copyright infringement and attribution under plagiarism norms.

Data Trust Data Protection Laws

Privacy and the State: Philosophical Anatomy of Data Trusts

In this guest post for our Law and Technology Blog Series, Akash Manwani (Chief Innovation Officer at Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law) has introduced the concept of Data Trusts for securing autonomy of data subjects and preventing misuse by data processors. The author explains the meaning of data trusts, highlights its importance and also provides different ways in which law can regulate such data trusts effectively.

NEP 2020 Public Government Primary Education

The Two Puzzle Pieces – Learnings from a Public School

In this article, Sakshi Sohoni (Fellow at Teach For India, Pune) evaluates the impact of the Right to Education Act, 2009 on public school teaching. She draws from her own experience in the classroom and highlights practical problems such as teacher training and parent participation in the implementation of a comprehensive education policy.