Chapter 7 - Intellectual Property and Cyber Piracy

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CHAPTER 7 Intellectual Property and Cyber  Piracy
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Objectives Ch. 7: Intellectual Property and Cyber Piracy 2 Trade secrets and how they may be misappropriated Copyrights Patents Trademarks
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Trade Secrets Ch. 7: Intellectual Property and Cyber Piracy 3 Uniform Trade Secrets Act Uniform Trade Secrets Act   Economic Espionage Act. Theft of trade secrets is a crime. The Economic Espionage Act  
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California Law on Trade Secrets Ch. 7: Intellectual Property and Cyber Piracy 4 California law treatment Duty of employees Duty of fiduciaries Confidentiality agreements examples Covenants not to compete.    Remedies and relief
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What Can Be Protected? Ch. 7: Intellectual Property and Cyber Piracy 5 1. Inventions of new products or processes representing a  departure from prior art may qualify for patent  protection Typically, a patentable design is a highly  specific and usually technical development. 2. Copyright protection may be available for literary and  other publications. Royalties or license fees for  permitting the use of its copyrighted materials.  3. Trademark/service mark protection for specific logos or  phrases which uniquely identify the producer or its  product. 4. Trade secrets.  Non-specific, broad definition.  May  qualify for protection regardless of its patentability.
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What is Protected? Ch. 7: Intellectual Property and Cyber Piracy 6 1. Fair competition among competitors and  potential competitors.  2. I/P rights:  patents, copyrights, service  marks and trademarks, domain names  and computer law.
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Unfair Competition Ch. 7: Intellectual Property and Cyber Piracy 7 Competition is restrained by the law of unfair 
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