Intellectual Property Protection

What kind of intellectual property protection is best for a custom

application program that's put on a chip? Why?

Request for Question Clarification bylibronaut-ga

Hi there Hijim,

Can you tell me what your criteria are for 'best'? Are you looking for

the most popular IP system, or the hardest to beat, or the cheapest,

or the best deal?

Thanks

Libronaut



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Intellectual Property Protection

Different forms of right (e.g copyright) protect different kinds of

intellectual property. Assess these different rights and their

appropriateness to any UK business relyng on IT.

Request for Question Clarification bybitmaven-ga

While I'd be more than willing to answer the question (despite the

homework-esque nature 😉 I'm curious as to your last sentence, "and

their appropriateness to any UK business relying on IT"

Part of the problem stems from the fact that different forms if IP

concern different elements — for instance, copyright deals with

written works, artistic endeavors and the like, and patents primarily

deal with design (as in invention). With regards to -any- UK business

relying on IT, they may be able to encorporate -all- elements of

intellectual property protections. In other words, its a wash.

Question for you: What -type- of industry are you considering? For

instance, a firm priding itself on security or intellectual assets,

will have a very different need than a firm who actively invents

products, or one who publishes materials online.

Thanks,

bitmaven-ga



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