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Unreasoned Orders for Personality Rights

IP and Legal Filings

However, the order was brief and did not specify any statutory or common law basis for the protection of personality rights, merely citing Titan Industries as precedent. For example, can personality rights be viewed as an extension of the right to privacy? In Gautam Gambhir v. D.A.P & Co. &

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[Guest post] Deepfake it till you make it: How does AI relate to postmortem personality rights?

The IPKat

The IPKat has received and is pleased to host the following contribution by Danish Katfriends Jakob Plesner Mathiasen and Thit Nymand Nisbeth (both Gorrissen Federspiel) on the interplay between AI, deepfakes, and personality rights in the form of image/publicity rights. However, there is no federal law regarding the matter.

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Personality Rights In India : A Statutory And Judicial Analysis

IP and Legal Filings

Introduction Personality rights refer to a person’s ability to safeguard his or her identity in the context of a property or privacy right. Celebrities value these rights since their names, images, or even voices may be inappropriately used in commercials by various businesses to increase sales. Puttaswamy v.

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Personality Rights : Through The Glasses Of IPR

IP and Legal Filings

Every day we come across many such influencers and celebrities endorsing products wherein the personality of an individual is traded either by validation or without. Living in an era where influential personalities are reverenced, fortifying Personality Rights from any such misuse is a must. PERSONALITY RIGHT.

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Delhi High Court holds that personality rights of deceased persons are not heritable

JD Supra Law

There has been immense activity surrounding the jurisprudence of celebrity rights in India with numerous judicial pronouncements in recent years. By: International Lawyers Network

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Delhi High Court holds that personality rights of deceased persons are not heritable

LexBlog IP

There has been immense activity surrounding the jurisprudence of celebrity rights in India with numerous judicial pronouncements in recent years. In a recent development, the High Court of Delhi confirmed that the publicity rights of individuals are not inheritable and extinguished with the death of the individual/celebrity.

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Your Face, is My Case: Personality Rights

LexBlog IP

Jokes aside, the title of today’s post is “Your Face, is My Case,” because we’re talking about likeness and image rights, sometimes collectively referred to as “personality rights.” Student athletes are allowed to fully control their personality rights and make money licensing them.