How do you stop copyright trolls and copyright trolls?
| Read moreThe Supreme Court has said that a court ruling on an alleged copyright troll case can only be appealed to the Supreme Court.
The court had said that it was not yet clear what the scope of the decision is for the issue of whether a court can hear a case against a person.
The issue of how to deal with the alleged copyright trolls who allegedly use the public domain for their personal gain is one that has been on the agenda for a long time.
In the past, a number of different legal entities and groups have been working towards a solution, which was first proposed by the United Nations Intellectual Property Organisation in 2006.
The case against Rakesh Gopalakrishnan and Rakesha Patil was filed by a Mumbai-based company named Prakash Singh and his family, and the two individuals sought a ban on the use of the public Domain in the country.
However, the Supreme Courts decision in the case has made the public use of intellectual property more difficult.
The court has now said that only a court order can be sought to enforce the ban.
While the court has also given its stamp of approval to the petition filed by the National Film Board, it has also ruled that the court cannot order a court to take a case and not proceed with the case.
It also said that the public has a right to the right to use intellectual property for its own private purposes and that there was no need to apply for the order from the court.
The apex court has asked the government to issue guidelines to ensure a smooth functioning of the system.
The Supreme Courts order comes a day after the court gave its stamp support to the Petitioner, the National Cinema Board, to take legal action against the alleged online copyright troll of Prakasa Singh.
The petition has alleged that Prakasu has used the public interest for his personal gain and has used his position as the Chairman of the National Council of Film Certification to gain advantage from his position.