Month: February 2021
Sexual Harassment in Virtual Reality: Is it real?
Imagine you are in a virtual reality archery game. Your avatar is a simple disembodied floating helmet with two hands clutching a bow. While you skillfully mow down a wave of the undead, another player BigBro442 identifies you as female by your voice and before you know it, he is making overt gestures in the…
Theoretical Underpinnings of Copyright Law – Justifying the Triadic Relationship
INTRODUCTION Copyright law is often understood to mean an exclusive right of the author of intellectual expression over their work be it- literary, artistic, musical or dramatic work – bestowing upon the author the power to control the production, publication and performance of such work. In essence, copyright law is said to regulate private interests…
Introducing Rawls’ Theory of Justice in the Indian Socio-Economic Context
The concept of Justice has been on the forefront of philosophical discourse having wide realms of academic ink but is still as stationary as ever. A utilitarian concept of justice would entail the dispersal of justice across larger amounts of people. Conversely, Karl Marx considered justice to be a facade that enabled Capitalist exploitation. Accordingly,…