Know your IPR Rights
Knowing your right is the first step in successfully protecting your IPR. There are various methods that can be taken to do so. Depending on your creation, you can find various methods to protect your IPR from theft or abusive usage by other parties.
The concept of patent has been created to protect inventions, such as products, computer software, business programs, development and manufacturing methods.
- Registered Designs
These protect the general appearance of a product, and not the function (for example bottled water – there are many types, but each manufacturer has its own design that separates and gives identity to his product).
Have been created to protect logo ideas, product and business names.
Copyright protects the use of words or imagery option, not the actual idea or scenery photographed.