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Is It a Patent, Copyright or a Trademark?

时间:2013-06-16 15:09:51  来源:  作者:

Patent fights are usually pretty boring. But recently disputes have been anything but dull.

On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that naturally occurring human genes can't be patented. And President Obama has issued rules to discourage patent "trolls," companies that acquire patents and then sue others for supposedly violating them. Many states are fighting back as well. Critics say these lawsuits slow innovation, clog the courts, and drive up consumer costs.


A patent is an invention, process, device or method that is deemed useful and new. The patent protection stops others from copying the products in the United States. A copyright is an original expression, idea, book, film, photo or other work. Slogans, phrases and trade names are protected by trademarks. Now that we know the ground rules, here are 10 things you probably didn't know about patents.

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