Intellectual property rights in computer software -- a managerial perpsective

Vugt, M. Van (1992) Intellectual property rights in computer software -- a managerial perpsective The University of Queensland:

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Author Vugt, M. Van
Title of report Intellectual property rights in computer software -- a managerial perpsective
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Publication date 1992
Place of publication The University of Queensland
Total pages 125
Language eng
Subjects 1503 Business and Management
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Intellectual property law protects the rights of many of the goods, services, and information created by a company or individual. This report represents a detailed review of the intellectual property embodied in computer software and computer system documentation. The volatile nature of intellectual property requires an international rather than national view of computer software protection, and thus requires an appreciation of international agreements covering intellectual property protection and of proposed changes to international trade agreements. Intellectual property rights are most effectively managed by the use of contractual clauses which stipulate the duties imposed on all parties concerning the rights embodied in computer software.

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