The key part specifies that the computer programme in itself is never patentable. As the SFLC.in press release points out, this welcome decision comes hard on the heels of the strong net neutrality rules issued in India recently. This decisive action in two quite different fields suggests the Indian government is consciously trying to place itself in the hi-tech vanguard, presumably with a view to encouraging local startups. By casting off the shackles of innovation protectionist regulations India has at-least maneuvered itself into an advantageous position over Japan, Taiwan, and even China.
A definitive “No” to software patents in India
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