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Intellectual property rights in an electronic age

Proceedings of the Library of Congress Network Advisory Committee Meeting, April 22-24, 1987 (Network planning paper)

by Network Advisory Committee.

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Published by For sale by the Cataloging Distribution Service .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Databases,
  • United States,
  • Congresses,
  • Intellectual property,
  • Copyright,
  • Library information networks

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8244293M
    ISBN 100844405922
    ISBN 109780844405926

    Intellectual Property in an Age of Open Source and Anonymity: /ch Current intellectual property (IP) laws are under scrutiny. The increased connectivity and sharing capabilities afforded by social networking Web tools. bought intellectual property rights from the creator or a previous owner have a brand that could be a trade mark, for example, a well-known product name Intellectual property can.

      Other Intellectual Property Rights: Trade Secrets, Expert Knowledge and More. There is more to intellectual property rights than the 3 well-known categories recognized by federal intellectual property law. For example, trade secret laws help trade secret owners keep their secrets. The current movement toward unified, global intellectual property rights has gained considerable momentum. U.S. government agencies are leading the movement, and most market-oriented countries are supporting the U.S. position in the General Agreement on .

      This area of the law is the primary method to protect against the theft of intangible rights and technology. If you own a closely-held business, or if you are an inventor, author or artist, intellectual property rights in your works may be among your most important assets. The value of your intellectual property should be protected in two ways. Intellectual property rights for electronic Companies Bug Inc will focus on safeguarding both the tangible and intangible assets in its possession. Tangible assets include property owned by Bug Inc, such as manufacturing plants, the electronics manufactured, offices, and equipment.


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Intellectual property rights in an electronic age by Network Advisory Committee. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Eral role in administering intellectual property rights. OTA found that technological developments are affecting all aspects of the intellectual property system.

Moreover, because we are only beginning to move into the era of electronic information, the full impact of new technologies will not become fully apparent for some time. Network Planning Paper No.Intellectual Property Rights in an Electronic Age. Proceedings of the Library of Congress Network Advisory Committee Meeting (Washington, D.C., April).

Network Planning Paper No. Harriman, Sigrid G., Ed. This document presents the proceedings of a conference on the issues of intellectual property rights in a technology-driven : Sigrid G. Harriman. The Digital Dilemma: Intellectual Property in the Information Age [National Research Council, Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, Committee on Intellectual Property Rights and the Emerging Information Infrastructure] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.4/5(1).

Get this from a library. Intellectual property rights in an electronic age: proceedings of the Library of Congress Network Advisory Committee Meeting, April[Network Advisory Committee. Meeting; Library of Congress. Network Development and MARC Standards Office.].

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Meeting; Library of Congress. Network Development and MARC Standards Office.]. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Intellectual Property Rights in an Age of Electronics and Information. by ERIC.

computer programs, electronic databases, and telecommunications networks. To provide a comprehensive view, the study examines the. Even though the counterfeit crisis is still on the rise, taking a holistic approach to online brand protection by leveraging classic IP rights and technology can deliver real return on investment.

The first intellectual property I would like to explain is patents. As stated in the book “Legal Aspects of Managing Technology’, “Patents in the United States provide property rights to creators of innovations that are useful, novel, and invidious. (Burgundy,p.

Rationales for Intellectual Property Rights in the Electronic Age”, is forthcoming () in: Jones, D. (ed.) New Economy Handbook, Published by Elsevier Science.].

The book begins by introducing the concepts related to intellectual property and the WTO Agreement. The following chapters explain various types of intellectual property rights, such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, industrial design, integrated circuits, and geographical indications.

Intellectual property rights take the form of patents, trademarks, copyright, industrial design rights, and trade secrets.

Intellectual property ranges from art, literature, and music, to entrepreneurial ideas, words, and phrases. DOCUMENT RESUME ED IR AUTHOR TITLE INSTITUTION REPORT NO PUB DATE NOTE AVAILABLE FROM PUB TYPE Harriman, Slgrid 6., Ed.

Intellectual Property Rights in an Electronic Age, Proceedings of the Library of Congress Network Advisory Conunittee Meeting (Washington, D.C, April). Intellectual property (IP) is a category of property that includes intangible creations of the human intellect.

There are many types of intellectual property, and some countries recognize more than others. The most well-known types are copyrights, patents, trademarks, and trade precursors to some types of intellectual property existed in societies such as Ancient Rome [citation. How Is Intellectual Property Important to Ecommerce.

Intellectual property law protects against disclosure of trade secrets and, as a result, against unfair competition. That makes the intellectual property an asset that is perhaps worth more than any tangible asset.

This can be seen most clearly in relation to technology and the digital economy. Page 5 — Protecting Digital Intellectual Property: Means and Measurements. Recent years have seen the exploration of many technical mechanisms intended to protect intellectual property (IP) in digital form, along with attempts to develop commercial.

"Intellectual Property Rights in an Electronic Age" was chosen as the theme for the Library of Congress Network Advisory Committee program session on April, to provide the members of NAC with a better understanding of the issues of intellectual property rights in the new technology-driven environ-ment.

Of all the intellectual property rights relevant to the book publishing industry, copyright remains the most significant. Typically, the first owner of copyrightin any created work – a novel, a biography, a letter, a drawing, a photograph, a song, a concerto – is the person who. Digital age changes all the rules on intellectual property By Mark Schultz, opinion contributor — 11/06/17 PM EST The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill.

Anderson b rationale for intellectual property. School Oxford University. Course Title ECON ometri. Uploaded By kinyuaj. Pages This preview shows page 24 - 26 out of 35 pages. Anderson, B. (): Rationale for Intellectual property rights in the Electronic Age, NewEconomy Handbook (Elsevier Science, ) Anokhin, S., Schulze, W.S.

(): Entrepreneurship, innovation, and corruption. The term intellectual property first came into being in the 19th century, but only became commonly used towards the end of the 20th century. The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) was founded in as a specialized agency of the United Nations with its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.

The electronic age has dramatically altered the terms of trade for intellectual goods. How valuable is the product you are developing - and how do you plan to generate revenue from it in the future? Paul Goldstein, Professor of Law at Stanford University, provides a comprehensible framework for current intellectual property law and the.This controversial book examines the ways in which the idea of intellectual property is being re-thought by the victims of an over-expansive legal system.

It will appeal to students and researchers from a range of disciplines, from law and political science to computer science, with an interest in intellectual property.An agreement by the owner of intellectual property to permit another to use a trademark, copyright, patent, or trade secret for certain limited purposes Licensor The party that owns the IP rights .