Intellectual property (IP) has emerged as a key driver in knowledge economy. In the present scenario, IPR awareness is the key to technological innovations and in the emerging knowledge-based economy; the awareness among the creators of information and knowledge about IPR has become essential in the digital environment because in the digital environment it is becoming difficult to prove rights violation whenever they occur. This paper gives an overview of intellectual property rights (IPR) issues & challenges in digital environment and the paper deals with the copyright law as well as the role of librarians in the protection of copyright literature. Study also focused on patrons need towards understanding IPR laws in using library services without infringement. With the advancement of technology, Intellectual Property Rights have added new dimensions and there is a strong need for awareness and understanding on Intellectual Property Rights for library patrons.
Firdous Maqbool Mir, â€œIntellectual Property Rights Issues and Challenges of Academic Libraries in Digital Environmentâ€, International Journal Of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 3(12):639-644-,December-2016.
Keywords : : Intellectual Property Rights, IPR, Digital Technology, Copyright.
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