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PUPFIP Bill

by Pranesh Prakash last modified Aug 20, 2011 03:15 PM
A new bill which tries to promote innovation through privatization of public-funded research and is unnecessary, misguided, and will prove harmful to Indian research, innovation, and will harm the interests of taxpayers and consumers.

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A collection of resources that will help one navigate through the arguments and evidence for and against the Indian "Bayh-Dole" bill.

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Arguments Against the PUPFIP Bill

The Protection and Utilisation of Public Funded Intellectual Property Bill (PUPFIP Bill) is a new legislation being considered by Parliament, which was introduced in the 2008 winter session of the Rajya Sabha. It is modelled on the American Bayh-Dole Act (University and Small Business Patent Procedures Act) of 1980. On this page, we explore some of the reasons that the bill is unnecessary, and how it will be harmful if passed.

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