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Joint statement issued by Oxford University Press (OUP), Cambridge University Press (CUP) and Taylor & Francis (T&F). Supported by the Association of Publishers in India (API), the Federation of Indian Publishers (FIP) and the Indian Reprographic Rights Organization (IRRO). “The Publishers’ appeal against the dismissal

Joint Statement Issued by Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Taylor & Francis, Association of Publishers in India, Federation of India Publishers and Indian Reprographic Rights Organization “We have carefully considered the Hon’ble Delhi High Court’s judgment dated 16 September, and have decided to file an

Manash Pratim Gohain, TNN Apr 1, 2013, 12.55AM IST http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-04-01/india/38188368_1_du-student-indian-publishers-indian-copyright-act NEW DELHI: The copyright battle has reached the next stage, with Indian Reprographic Rights Organisation (IRRO) claiming that there is a legal way to photocopy course material which will protect students’ interest without violating Indian Copyright Act. A DU

Mallica Joshi, Hindustan Times New Delhi, August 24, 2012 The Delhi high court’s order to stop selling photocopies of books may have angered students, teachers and ‘copyleft’ activists and spawned campaigns to save photocopiers, but the authors and publishers’ body has welcomed the decision. The Indian Reprographics Registration