Intellectual Property Protecting Your Technology

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Authors
  1. Anderson, W.
  2. Brunet, R.
  3. Carroll, G.
Corporate Authors
Canadian Police Research Centre, Ottawa Ont (CAN);National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
Intellectual property involves assets often derived in the law enforcement community by employees in the course of their work, through research and development, and work carried out under contract. Protection may take the form of: invention, copyright, trade secrets, plant/breeders rights, integrated circuit topographies, industrail designs, trademarks. This report is in the form of a videocassette and transcript of a workshop hosted by the Canadian Police Research Centre and designed as a primer to the field of intellectual property.
Keywords
Intellectual property;Security (Law);Patents;Copyright;Trademarks
Report Number
KE2779;TR-12-1998E;TR-12-98 — Technical report
Date of publication
01 Mar 1998
Number of Pages
38
DSTKIM No
CA031270
CANDIS No
529994
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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