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:

  • 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.

  • While this may not be friendly, it doesn't seem like a violation of intellectual-property law.

  • Still, examples of Hollywood's sloppiness and disrespect for intellectual-property rights abound, as Film Comment magazine proved with this prank in the '80s: It shipped the screenplay of Casablanca to 85 agents.

  • 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.

  • 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!


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