Macmillan Learning recently passed a consent to join the Educational Publishers Enforcement Group (“EPEG”) and will formally embrace the Anti-Counterfeit Best Practices (“Best Practices”) made by EPEG and its accomplices. Continue reading “Macmillan Joins Industry Fight Against Counterfeiting”
In the last blog, we talked enough about the menace of book piracy. The problem is so vast and so deep that no matter how much we discuss and talk about it, we will not be able to do complete justice. Continue reading “The Need of a Multi-prolonged Strategy to Curb Book Piracy”
Books are a reservoir of knowledge. Being a writer is not an easy task. It takes many sleepless nights, a focused mind, loads of inspiration and a lot more to come out with a book that can leave a lasting impact on the mind of its readers.
The two things that have stolen the joy of writing is the electronic books, commonly called e-books and book piracy. Continue reading “The Lucrative Business of Book Piracy in India”
Delhi can be rightly called the counterfeit capital of India. According to industry reports, Delhi accounts for 75% of counterfeit goods and services in the country. The current market size of counterfeited goods is Rs. 45,000 crores and Delhi is alone contributing 75% of it. Continue reading “Top Counterfeited Goods Selling Markets in Delhi”