What are intellectual property rights
CIPR | The Coalition for Intellectual Property Rights
The AFM & SAG-AFTRA Intellectual Property Rights Distribution Fund, a 501(c)(6) organization, was established by
The American Federation of Musicians and Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
Why Are Intellectual Property Rights Important? | …
Although the law provides for a several different types of Intellectual Property, faculty concerns center on two: copyrights and patents. The following definitions are taken from pertinent federal statutes:
Abusing Intellectual-Property Rights - National Review
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office () is a part of . is a Special Operating Agency () and is responsible for the administration and processing of the greater part of () in Canada. 's areas of activity include trademarks, patents, copyright, industrial designs and integrated circuit topographies. 's mandate is to deliver high quality and timely services to customers, and to increase awareness, knowledge and effective use of by Canadians.
The Office of Intellectual Property Rights (OIPR)
The findings are striking. The legal and political environment was found to have the highest correlations with entrepreneurship(.88) and network readiness (.86), a measure of liberty. Intellectual property rights had robust correlations with civic activism (.80) and the number of researchers in R&D (.79). Countries with weak property rights scored the lowest in every correlation.
Intellectual property - Wikipedia
[Note on computer software: Computer programs fall into a gray area between the two types of intellectual property. Programs that are a part of a "new and useful process" may be eligible for patent protection, while programs embodying minimally original expression may be eligible for copyright protection.]