Intellectual Property

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Intellectual Property


[edit] What is Intellectual Property?

Intellectual property rights (IPR) are a mechanism for encouraging people to create innovative works, processes, designs, or brands by granting them a limited monopoly on their creations.

See also: Copyright

The charts below explain the various types of intellectual property.

[edit] Content Covered by different IP regimes


[edit] Comparison of Copyright, Patent, and Trademark restrictions


[edit] See Also

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