Intellectual Property

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What is IP?

The nature of intellectual property is best understood through a comparison with other, tangible, forms of property. One example is immovable property, such as a piece of land. Other examples are things, such as a vehicle, a watch or a soccer ball. In these instances, one has rights to the object itself. In other words, one’s rights would be infringed if the object is destroyed. The position with intellectual property is different.
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