4 edition of Legal protection of computer programs found in the catalog.
Legal protection of computer programs
|LC Classifications||KD1303.C65 N52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 155 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||81160942|
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Legal Protection of Software by Richard Morgan (Author) ISBN Author: Richard Morgan. Technical background: legal background / Hugh Brett, Lawrence Perry --The patentability of computer software in Europe and under the international patent treaties --Patent and trade secret protection of computer software under United States law --The protection of computer programs under common law: procedural aspects and United Kingdom.
A guide to the law of intellectual property as it affects computer software, the book identifies the problems that are commonly encountered and offers workable solutions. It covers matters of copyright, the protection of ideas, trademarks, contractual protection and patents.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Millard, Christopher J., Legal protection of computer programs and data. Toronto: Carswell Co. ; London: Sweet. Legal framework. Protection via copyright. Which elements are protected. The terms of protection. Who is the author. Employees.
Rights as a rightholder. Exceptions relating to interoperability. Technical protection measures. Competition law. Used software. Legal Protection for Computer-Implemented Inventions provides an overview of the current status of computer-implemented inventions in patent law across Europe and major jurisdictions worldwide.
As a result of the incorporation of computer software into countless commercial and industrial products, the patentability of software has become a vital issue in intellectual property law. Trademark• It is often a good idea to use brands when marketing computer programs• Trademark protects brands, like the name of the program, a logo, or a graphic symbol – Distinguish a program from competing programs• Trademark does NOT protect the program itself – Trademark does not prevent e.g.
unauthorized copying of the program. The author of a computer program is the person or group of people who have created the program or, where national legislation permits, a legal person, i.e.
a company or other legal entity. If several persons participate in creating a program, the. Intellectual property for software is computer code or software protected by law under either a copyright, trademark, trade secret, or software patent.
Why Intellectual Property for Software Is Important. Software innovation is valuable to individuals, start-ups, and businesses. The law is the best way to protect material such as software. To.