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January 9, 2023

Practice Work Shop (PWS) On “Would Granting Protection To Body Movements Be detrimental To Public Interest?”

Featuring: Uroosa Shahzad

During last week’s PWS Session, Uroosa Shahzad, Trainee Associate, led a discussion on “Would granting protection to body movements be detrimental to public interest?” The session began with a discussion on the growing trend of body movements/gestures being granted protection. The members debated on whether gestures and body movements can function as source identifiers and become identifiable exclusively with a certain individual. Towards this, the members questioned whether granting protection to such gestures and body movements is a right worth initiating enforcement action for, and the need for such a shift in the IP ecosystem. The session concluded with the members brainstorming over a scientific threshold for granting protection to gestures and body movements.

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