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A mark used by one or more persons, other than the owner, to certify the region, materials, mode of manufacture, quality, or accuracy of the owners goods or services. When used by members of a cooperative, association, or other organization, such a mark is referred to as a collective mark. Ex: "Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval" & "UL Tested"
A mark used by members of a cooperative,association,or other organization to certify accuracy of the specific goods or services. Examples of collective marks include the labor union marks found on tags of certain products and the credits of movies, which indicate the various associations and organizations that participated in the making of movies.
The exclusive right of authors to publish,print,or sell an intellectual production for a statutory period of time. A copyright has the same monopolistic nature as a patent or trademark, but it differs in that it applies exclusively to works of art, literature, and other works of authorship, including computer programs.
A trademark in cyberspace
The act of registering a domain name that is the same as, or confusingly similar to, the trademark of another and then offering to sell that domain name back to the trademark owner.
With respect to trademarks, a doctrine under which distinctive or famous trademarks are protected from certain unauthorized uses of the marks regardless of a showing of competition or a likelihood of confusion. Congress created a federal cause of action for dilution in 1995 with the passage of the Federal Trademark Dilution Act.
A network that can be used by persons located (distributed) around the country or the globe to share computer files.
The series of letters and symbols used to identify site operators on the internet; internet "addresses"
Property resulting from intellectual,creative processes. Patents, trademarks, and copyrights are examples of intellectual property.
Words inserted into a web site's key-words field to increase the site's appearance in search engine results
A government grant that gives an inventor the exclusive right or privilege to make, use, or sell his or her invention for a limited time period. The word patent usually refers to some invention and designates eitehr the instrument by which patent rights are evidence or the patent itself
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Networking
The sharing of resources (such as files, hard drives, and processing styles) among multiple computers without necessarily requiring a central network server
A mark used in the sale or the advertising of services, such as to distinguish the services of one person from the services of others. Titles, chracter names, and other distinctive features of radio and television programs may be registered as service marks.
The image and overall appearance of a product-for example, the distinctive decor,menu,layout,and style of service of a particular restaurant. Basically, trade dress is subject to the same protection as trademarks.
A term that is used to indicate part or all of a business' name and that is directly related to the business' reputation and goodwill. Trade names are protected under the common law (and under trademark law, if the name is the same as the firm's trademarked property)
Information or a process that gives a business an advantage over competitors who do not know the information or process.
A distinctive mark,motto,device,or implement that a manufacturer stamps, prints, or otherwise affixes to the goods it produces so that they may be identified on the market and their origins made known. Once a trademark is established (under the common law or through registration), the owner is entitled to its exclusive use.
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