Copyright is defined under the Copyright Act, 1957. Section 14 of the Copyright Act, 1957 provides protection and gives exclusive rights to do or authorize the doing of any literary, dramatic or musical work; reproduction of work in any material form by electronic means; issue copies of the work in public; perform the work in public; make any cinematograph film or sound recording; make any translation of the work; make any adaptation of the work. The definitions also involve the reproduction of any artistic work and communicating it to the public or issue copies or include the work in any cinematograph film; to make a copy ofany cinematograph film or to sell or give on hire or communicate the film to the public; to make or sell or give on hire a sound recording or sell or give on hire or communicate the sound recording in public.
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