Copyright holders tell DU students not to copy
New Delhi:Sept 10, 2012 DH News Service
Publishing firms slap case on photocopy shopkeeper
A group of Delhi University students protested on Sunday at the Delhi Book Fair demanding withdrawal of a case against a photocopy shopowner, who runs the facility on the premises of the Delhi School of Economics.
Publishing houses Cambridge, Oxford University Press and Taylor and Francis had slapped a case of copyright infringement against the shopowner.
At the book fair venue, the students gathered in front of the stalls of Oxford and Cambridge University Press.
They also distributed pamphlets, telling people that big publishing houses can stoop to such a level that they sued a small photocopy shop.