Intellectual property

Intellectual property

Order Description

Distinguish between copyrights, patents, trade secrets and intellectual property

Project Task

Intellectual property is a generic term that refers to intangible objects, such as literary works, artistic productions, scientific discoveries and plans for

inventions and designs, which acquire their value primarily from creative effortsand these fruit of human minds are protected by intellectual property rights aiming to

reward creator and promote economic, social and technological development of the nations. As a result of exploitation of the Internet, intellectual property has now

migrated to the Internet and is being modified to suit the online environment in many ways.
In your dissertation, you have to discuss the following elements:

–    INTERNATIONAL LEGISLATION: international agreements related to the intellectual property
o    copyright legislation
o    copyright legislation on the Internet
o    Infringement in the traditional context
o    Infringement in the Context of the Internet

Working Guidelines for Project
A.    Project Structure:

It is recommended that your project report have the following structure in the order provided here.

1.    Title page

The students’ details should be filled in the cover letter provided.
2.    Abstract / Executive Summary
The Abstract consists of the project title and about half a page concise summary containing the scope and results of your study.

3.    Table of Contents
Table of contents should contain titles and page numbers for the main sections and subsections of your report. The table of contents should also include entries for

any appendices in your report.

4.    Report Body
This is the central and main part of the project which contains the actual work done during the project.  The main requirement is that you need to structure the report

so that it is clear and structured in a way that makes sense. Grammar and spellings count.

5.    Conclusions

The project’s conclusions should list the things which have been learnt as a result of the work you have done.

6.    References

You are responsible for appropriately citing material and methods that you use. Give references for the data collected from a text book, a magazine or a website

identifying its sources while using the appropriate form. In the references section, references should be in a numbered list, ordered alphabetically by the last name

of the first author.