Notes on reading # 5

Notes on reading # 5 - Intellectual Property:...

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Intellectual Property: Constitutional and Statutory Provisions U.S. Constitution Article I, Sect. 8, cl. 8 Congress can promote innovation in science and arts by giving patents for a certain amount of time 35 U.S. Code (Patents) Section 101. Inventions patentable - Inventors can have patents if they follow the conditions and requirements for their invention to be considered useful. Section 112. Specification - Description of invention - Manufacture process: people have to understand and be able to use/make it - Point out the exact invention - Limitations to people who use/make it Section 154. Contents and term of patent; provisional rights - Title for invention - Money to build it - The heirs of the invention - Who must pay to use it or sell it Invention as a process - Who is excluded from using/selling/buying it - How much one has to pay to use it - Time of patent - Expecification and drawings may be annexed 17 U.S. Code (Copyrights) Section 102. Subject matter of copyright: In general Purpose:
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course PSC 222 taught by Professor Jing during the Spring '10 term at Rochester.

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