Are, speeches, lectures, and addresses (collectively referred to as ‘lectures’) forming part of a webinar are copyrightable as literary works under section 13 of the Act if they are scripted (i.e. written in advance). HELD copyright law disfavors protection for short expressions – See Pepsi Co. judgement by the Delhi High Court

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