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CII workshop seeks to address copyright issues in the Indian entertainment sector

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MUMBAI: The Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) will orgabnise the second edition of its legal workshop series Technology, Value Adds & The Law on 13 September 2006.

The aim is to address copyright issues in the Indian entertainment sector. The workshop will focus on copyright issues with respect to new technologies and value add services (Vas).

At the workshop the CII-Lawquest legal paper Copyrights & Emerging Technologies will be released.

There will also be a panel discussion. Today technology is evolving at great speed with it increasing the importance of electronic and digital media. At the same time, the innovators cannot foresee all its future uses, which calls for urgent attention of copyright owners towards electronic and digital rights issues.

The session will be moderated by Tata Teleservices VP Vas Pankaj Sethi. The speakers are Star senior VP - interactive services Viren Popli, Hutchison Essar VP vas SP Narayanan, ,
UTV VP international Ashoka Holla and Raj Tilak who is a consultant

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