Nature Of Intellectual Property

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Intellectual property is person’s creation or innovation, invention that could consider having commercial and un-commercial purposes. It is contained any secret recipe, symbol, unique name, or even logo. Intellectual property could be divided into two types, which are the first is Industrial Property and Copyrights. Industrial Property is consist of patents for inventions, trademarks, industrial design, and geographical indication. Meanwhile, Copyrights consist of literacy works and artistic works. Literacy works include novel, poems and play, film, and music. Therefore, artistic works covers drawings, paintings, photographs, sculptures and architectural design. In order to protect creator’s mind creation, they were granted with exclusive …show more content…
The nature of Intellectual Property theft started from the small scale, which is our self. The intrigued to win the competition of other competitors made us to think it is easier and more efficient if we imitate other creation. It is human nature if we like to imitate something that we think it would get us more beneficial. Moreover in the state level especially in military scope, Intellectual Property Theft itself is could endanger state military defense. The example of Intellectual Property Theft in military sphere is cyber espionage, stealing the blueprint of military vehicles such as fighters, and …show more content…
By Edward Snowden disclosed documents, Sydney Morning Herald reported about Chinese cyber spies had stolen huge information data of military information. The data itself include the details of fighter F-35 that had radar systems that has functions to identify and track the targets. F-35 Lightning II also known as the next generation of fighter that was set to join the defense fleets of Japan, Australia, and US allies. This is not the first time that US has becoming the victim of Chinese cyber-espionage. According to the data of Snowden, Australia already knew about the damage that will be take because of the espionage of F-35’s

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