BUSINESS LAW - CHAPTER 5 (Intellectual Property and Internet Law)

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BUSINESS LAW - CHAPTER 5 (Intellectual Property and Internet Law)
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  1. Property resulting from intellectual and creative processes.
    Intellectual property
  2. A distinctive word, symbol, or design that identifies the manufacturer as the source of particular goods and distinguishes its products from those made or sold by others.
    Trademark
  3. When someone uses a famous mark in a
    manner that blurs or tarnishes the mark. In other words, diminishes the
    capacity of a famous mark to identify and distinguish goods or services
    Trademark Dilution
  4. A trademark that is used to distinguish the services (rather than the products) of one
    person or company from those of another.
    Service Mark
  5. The image and overall appearance (“look and feel”) of a product that is protected by
    trademark law.
    Trade Dress
  6. An agreement by the owner of intellectual property to permit another to use a trademark,copyright, patent, or trade secret for certain limited purposes.
    License
  7. A trademark in cyberspace
    Cybermark
  8. 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.
    Cybersquatting
  9. Also called URL hijacking, is a form of cybersquatting, and possibly brandjacking which relies on mistakes such as typographical errors made by Internet users when inputting a website address into a web browser.
    Typosquatting
  10. A property right granted by the federal government that gives an inventor an exclusive right to make, use, sell, or offer to sell an invention in the United States for a limited time.
    Patent
  11. The exclusive right of an author or originator of a literary or artistic production to publish, print, sell, or otherwise use that production for a statutory period of time.
    Copyright
  12. A formula, device, idea, process, or other information used in a business that gives the owner a competitve advantage in the marketplace.(ex; Chocoramo recipe,Coca-Cola)
    Trade Secret
  13. International Agreement governing copyright. Protection of Literary and Artistic works
    Berne Convention
  14. Trade Related of Intellectual Property Rights (Agreement that covers “everything”)
    TRIPS Agreement
  15. Protects trademark holders (individuals and businesses) to ensure protection for their marks in multiple countries.
    Madrid Protocol

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