What is Intellectual Property?

Intellectual Property is the general term for intangible property rights which are a result of intellectual effort, deemed to be unique and original, and to have marketplace value.

Intellectual property includes ideas, inventions, literary works, chemical,
business, or computer processes, and company or product names and logos.
Intellectual property protections fall into four categories:

  • copyright
    literary works, art, and music
  • trademarks
    for company and product names and logos
  • patents
    for inventions and processes
  • trade secrets
    recipes, formulas,
  • code, and processes

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inventors, architects, illustrators and photographers who suspect their
inventions, plans, and images, have been infringed.

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