Piyush Tiwari 14 October 2021
Ananya Gosain 15 October 2021
For the researcher seeking to use another’s data, the researcher gives permission to reuse the data. It provides the legal basis for data reuse. In the absence of clear permission, mapping how intellectual property law does and does not, apply to research data may be of use.
Copyright grants the author(s) of an original work the exclusive rights to reproduce the work, to publicly distribute copies, to publicly display, publicly perform, or otherwise communicate the work to the public, and to make adaptations of the work. In an academic context, copyright law facilitates the recognition of commercial exploitation of academic works, illegal duplication, and unethical research practices.
There are three kinds of remedies against infringement of copyright, namely: Civil remedies, Criminal remedies, Administrative remedies.
Piyush Tiwari 15 October 2021
Thank you Sir. The copy right is held by the Institute. It is a government of India Organization.
P. Venu (Advocate) 15 October 2021
Admittedly, the copy right belongs to the Institute. If so, the Institute itself would have laid down the norms to deal with such situations.