Intellectual Property and The World of Web

Some years ago, countries of this planet decided to globalise with unprecedented pace but they were unaware of what was about to emerge from the pot of destiny. Globalization required newer ways of connectivity and so the advent of the Internet gave a completely new dimension to the same. In the 1990s world was observing the growth of the internet, it was expanding its scope, also in the same years of the ‘90s, various commercial and non-commercial activities were being facilitated through World Wide Web. Before the involvement of commercial activities on the internet, the internet was free from intellectual property issues. But the development of commercial activities in the internet spectrum not only saw the rise of intellectual property issues on a local stage but these issues became a regular theme of public policies globally.