Definition of intellectual property

What is Strong Intellectual Property?  February 5, 2012 – 08:25 am
1021 Intellectual Property Right ˙_˙?

Question by Huang L: what is Strong Intellectual Property?
when we talk about Intellectual Property, there always become strong IP, but I can’t found any information about how to defination of “Strong Intellectual Property”. What is Strong IP? How to evaluate?

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Answer by Chris J
Can’t say I’ve ever heard of “strong” intellectual property.

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If STUPID were a crime....

I'll allow the audience to form their own opinions.
Ignorance, can be cured thru education (omg,almost typoed), experience, and
even in some cases from critical self-examination.
Some people say that the definition of CRAZY is doing the
same thing over, and over, expecting different results?
I think that definition applies to stupid, too.
Definitions of stupid on the Web:
lacking or marked by lack of intellectual acuity
a person who is not very bright; "The economy, stupid!"
stupidity - a poor ability to understand or to profit from experience < -- this 1
stupidity - The property of being stupid; An act that is stupid; Obstinacy

Oh yes there is such a thing as a patent

Indeed, this is a very controversial issue right now, touching on the definition of intellectual property rights, indigenous people's rights, foreign relations between western industrial nations and the rest of the world, and international patent law itself.
If Harvard university can patent a mouse, why do you not believe there is such a thing as a food patent?
I do not just mean the...ompanies like Coca-Cola or Hersey's would have been out of business a hundred years ago if anyone could go to the patent office and get their secret formula.
Any more fallacies, misunderstandings, or bonehead assumptions you'd like me to clear up for you, Mr. PickleProduct

Ya got me

BUT,
The actus reus of theft is usually defined as an unauthorized taking, keeping or using of another's property which must be accompanied by a mens rea of dishonesty and/or the intent to permanently deprive the owner or the person with rightful possession of that property or its use.
In this case, it deprives the author of recgonition and/or compensation for the use of his product...ellectual Property Rights (TRIPs) requires that signatory countries establish criminal procedures and penalties in cases of "willful trademark counterfeiting or copyright piracy on a commercial scale".
So it is a CRIMINAL ACT, not just a civil matter. While it may not be THEFT under the absolute definition, it is depriving the author of his due, and not many courts would split those hairs.

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