is a type of intellectual property that safeguards the flow of opinion. It safeguards the original creators or owners of artistic, literary, dramatic, cinematographic film, or sound recordings against unlawful use or copying of their work. In India, to be precise. Copyright protection is granted by the Copyrights Act of 1957. It immediately protects copyrights once software code is incorporated in any single manner such as ROM, paper, Magnetic Tape, and so on. The public record of such works is kept in the Register of Copyrights, which includes the title and author's names in the index.
Copyright registration applications are submitted in form XIV by the first schedule of the rules. It is along with the fee specified in the second schedule. The applicant's signature is required on this application. If necessary, guardianship must be included, which must be signed by the party and acknowledged by the advocate.