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What does Mr Barlow think about the future of Intellectual Property Laws?

Firstly I'm assuming you mean specifically John Perry Barlow with  regards to his article on Wired "The Economy of Ideas". To put it  with utmost brevity Barlow believes tha (MORE)

What is an assignment of intellectual property?

Assignment of Intellectual Property It is a transfer of ownership  of intellectual property rights from one entity to another, often  required to be written and signed. Assi (MORE)

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What is intellectual property?

Intellectual property is the ideas, inventions, or processes that come from one's mind or intellect. It extends the rights given a written work, or a physical device, and gran (MORE)

Who governs intellectual property in the US?

Enforcement of intellectual property rights is the responsibility of the owner of those rights, unless the violation is also a criminal offense, in which case the relevant law (MORE)

What is intellectual property infringement?

Infringement means breaking the law and violating someone's rights. Intellectual property infringement is violating the exclusive rights creators are given under the law to th (MORE)

What is the definition for intellectual property policy?

The vast majority of countries have intellectual property laws addressing at a minimum copyright, trademark, and patent. However, these laws vary in clarity and effectiveness, (MORE)

Can you buy intellectual property of someone?

Yes, many forms of intellectual property have transferable rights. They are often bought and sold in the form of "assignment of rights". For example, you can inherit copyrig (MORE)