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Intellectual property in VIRTUAL REALITY as a controversial issue

A Lefora collaboration by Juliabasarab, bykhunds, lubov_samoshkina, dominicodeltoro, kimshaffer0416

Denis Bykhun

on 13 April 2013

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Transcript of Intellectual property in VIRTUAL REALITY as a controversial issue

Intellectual property in virtual reality as a controversial issue. What are Intellectual Property rights? Industrial Property Copyrighting The WTO gives the following definition - "intellectual property rights are the rights given to persons over the creations of their minds. They usually give the creator an exclusive right over the use of his/her creation for a certain period of time". IDEA SEARCHING...... Intellectual Property is divided into two categories trademarks creation of technology books
and other writings musical compositions paintings sculpture films Are you interested?
Watch this useful video. The Internet gives a wide access to intellectual property. There are some arguments for protecting the right of intellectual property in the Internet: According to the concept of natural rights, the creation of the human intellect should be protected by law in the same way as physical assets. Utilitarian argument is that proper protection of intellectual property leads to more innovation, more creativity and, ultimately, to more wealth. There are also some arguments for not using term of “intellectual property” in the Internet: There is no natural right to ideal objects, intellectual innovation or product, but only on rare material resources. Intellectual property doesn’t increase innovation and social welfare. Ideas are not limited. The same idea may come to mind of different persons at the same time Would you like to understand the basics of intellectual property law? If yes, click here- http://drglaw.blogspot.ru/2009/04/intellectual-property-101-presentation.html "Intellectual property" is one of those ideologically loaded terms that can cause an argument just by being uttered. The term wasn't in widespread use until the 1960s, when it was adopted by the World Intellectual Property Organization, a trade body that later attained exalted status as a UN agency.
(Cory Doctorow guardian.co.uk, Thursday 21 February 2008) Attitude to other people's ideas Reference on Wikipedia and similar sources
in students' projects From: http://www.liberty.ru/Themes/Libertariancy-za-i-protiv-intellektual-noj-sobstvennosti From: http://www.liberty.ru/Themes/Libertariancy-za-i-protiv-intellektual-noj-sobstvennosti Cheating on exams ...
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