Intellectual property generally means the rights enshrined in law, which relate to intellectual activity in the fields of industry, science, literature, art, as well as to the means of personalization of equal participants in the circulation of goods, goods and services.
Intellectual property is divided into two main areas: industrial property and copyright.
Industrial property includes rights in respect of inventions, utility models, industrial designs, trademarks, service marks, trade marks, geographical indications or appellations of origin, as well as the right to prevent unfair competition.
Copyright includes literary works such as novels, poems and dramas, films, musical works of art, drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures, as well as architectural works.
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