Example sentences for: intellectual-property

How can you use “intellectual-property” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • If courts decide that such framing constitutes a "public display," or even that it causes confusion in the market ("unfair competition"), then TotalNEWS is violating intellectual-property law.

  • And in Mexico, criminals were released from prison in a general amnesty for plagiarists and other violators of intellectual-property rights.

  • Along with their worries about intellectual-property protections, tariffs, and technical standards, Magaziner and company write that they are concerned that "many countries, including the United States, are considering or have adopted laws to restrict access to certain types of content through the Internet.

  • The one sense in which it's true that information is "detached" from the "physical plane"--the fact that information's value transcends its physical incarnation--not only fails to qualify as an original insight, and not only fails to make intellectual-property rights obsolete; it's the very insight that led to intellectual-property rights in the first place!

  • Indeed, the whole reason intellectual-property law exists is that people can acquire your information without acquiring the particular physical version of it that you created.


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