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ISBN: 9781337102063
Chapter 2, Problem 12RQ
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What is the most common violation of intellectual property? How does an organization protect against it? What agencies fight it?

Program Plan Intro

Intellectual property:

It is a type of property that includes the untouchable creations or discoveries of the human intellect, and encompasses patents, trademarks and copyrights. This also includes few rights like, moral rights, trade secrets, publicity rights and right against unfair competition, which help in protecting the property like discovery or invention of new words, phrases, symbols, and designs.

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Violation of intellectual property:

Intellectual property is most commonly violated by the unlawful use of duplicate softwares, which comes under an intellectual property. This process is also known as software piracy.

Protection against the violations:

  • Organizations take many measures to protect themselves against the violation of their intellectual property.
  • Few of the security measures are:
    • Copyright code
    • Digital watermarks
    • Embedded code
    • Intentional placement of ...

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