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Indian Copyright Bill Declares Private, Personal Copying "Fair Dealing" 192

Posted by timothy
from the much-less-drama-that-way dept.
asp7yxia writes "India's new copyright bill sounds like a pretty good piece of work: it declares private, personal copying to be 'fair dealing' (like US fair use) and limits the prohibition on breaking DRM so that it's only illegal to do so if you're also violating copyright."
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Indian Copyright Bill Declares Private, Personal Copying "Fair Dealing"

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