Future Prospects of ‘Webcasting Recognition’

By Muhammad Abrar.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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Internet is a network with multiple usage. One of its uses is broadcasting which is called webcasting. Broadcasting has been defined by the Rome Convention but not webcasting. This concept matures after the convention. The concept of the article is: “Is it the right time to legally recognise this term?” For this purpose, it is necessary to understand the phenomenon and its developments.

Keywords: Webcasting, WIPO, Netcasting, Proposed Definition

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp.45-54. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 647.897KB).

Muhammad Abrar

PhD Student, The School of Law, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

I obtained a LLM (Corporate Law) from the International Islamic University in Islamabad in 2006 and LLB from same university in 2004. The topic of his LLM dissertation was “Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in Pakistan”. I hold the National Law University Pakistan PhD scholarship and others as well. I was a visiting lecturer at IIUI from 2005-2007. I have also been practicing as an advocate of the High Court of Pakistan. I am currently studying for a PhD on the subject of ‘Copyright and Electronic Media.’ My thesis considers questions of enforcement and implementation as regards to copyright law. I have published and submitted articles in journals and presented intellectual work in international conferences all over the world such as US, UK, Belgium and others. My primary research interests are in TV broadcasting laws, internet broadcasting laws, intellectual property rights and international business transactions.


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