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Intellectual Property Rights
Transcript of Intellectual Property Rights
What are Intellectual Property Rights?
adding a patent to an invention to claim it
An act or instance of using or closely imitating the language and thoughts of another author without authorization and the representation of that author's work as one's own, as by not crediting the original author.
Samsung v.s Apple Lawsuit 2012
What is Intellectual Property?
"Creations of the Mind"
Literary & Artistic Works
4 Legally-Defined Categories of Intellectual Property
Registering tangible invention with government so no one else can manufacture or market it
Name, phrase sound or symbol used in association with services or products
Registered: 10 years
TM - prosecute without registration
Protect written or artistic expressions fixed in tangible medium
(novels, poems, songs, movies)
Protects expression of idea, but not idea itself
Lasts for life of author + 50 years
A formula, pattern, device or compilation of data
--grants user advantage over competitors--
Must prove that it adds value to company
Coca-Cola's formula - been under wraps for over 117 years
Copy and Paste options
Hard for professors to find the source cause of private sources
How has the internet and today's technology made it easier or harder to steal the intellectual property of others?
Professors can type the part in question in the web browser
It's harder to distinguish what is private property
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Edwards, Jim. "Intellectual Property Rights Public Service Message." YouTube. YouTube, 06 Jan. 2012. Web. 17 Sept. 2012. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eorZCK7V4fI>.
National Crime Prevention Association
Campaign against IP theft includes:
video public service announcements
"American imagination knows no bounds."
U.S. Patent Office:
Eighth Millionth Patent!
Facts and Stats
It's Not Just Words!
>250,000 people could be employed in our automotive industry if the counterfeit parts trade was stopped
Intellectual Property Theft is NOT a Victimless Crime!
Every year many Americans:
are injured by faulty products
become sick by fake or improperly prepared/labeled drugs
(15% of pharmaceuticals entering U.S. each year = FAKE)
And why it's IMPORTANT
Artists & corporations losing money due to IPT
additional costs passed to consumer
The jury in the landmark Apple-Samsung trial ruled mostly in favor of Apple, including awarding Apple $1 billion in damages.
Samsung, on the other hand, was granted a total of $0 in damages.
The jury found that Samsung infringed on patents for ’381 “bounce back” scrolling functionality on all devices.
On the ’915 patent, relating to one finger to scroll, two to pinch and zoom navigation, all but three Samsung devices (Ace, Intercept and Replenish) infringed.
For Apple’s ’163 patent (tap to zoom) all Samsung devices except Captivate, Indulge, Intercept, Nexus S 4G, Transform and Vibrant infringed.
The trial involved more than a dozen different patents, over 30 allegedly infringing devices and wide-ranging claims on design ownership
-Limits the rights given by copyrighting.
-Allows limited use of material that has been copyrighted.
-Teaching, commentary, criticism.
Permission is needed to use the work of someone else, except under "Fair Use"
Copyright does not protect your ideas, only tangible expressions.
"U.S. Copyright Office - Fair Use." U.S. Copyright
Office - Fair Use. United States Copyright
Office. Web. 14 Sept. 2012.
What is being done to prevent the stealing of intellectual property rights?
"Creations of the Mind"
4 Legally Defined Categories of Intellectual Property:
Digitization & the Internet have made stealing intellectual property very easy.
Theft is causing problems all over.