Description: ‘Contemporary Culture and IP’ is envisioned as the all-encompassing theme for a series of explorative and provocative monographs on a wide range of topics. The monographs will be rooted in questions of value, innovation, and technology, all of which are considered hallmarks of contemporary digital culture in this series. The monographs will clarify the intersections between intellectual property (IP) laws and digital technologies, emphasising new approaches to managing digital cultural rights, which challenge traditional notions around culture and IP. This foundational report aims to build conceptual understandings of what is meant by digital culture, who the key stakeholders are, and what incentives drive them. Further, it outlines visible economic and legal trends that will inform future monographs.
Policy Briefs and Submissions to the Government
Description: The Esya Centre greatly appreciates the opportunity given to us by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) to respond to the draft ‘Information Technology [Intermediary Guidelines (Amendment) Rules], 2018’, which seek to replace the rules notified in 2011. We appreciate that MeitY has undertaken to reform and clarify issues on Internet governance through these rules.