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Intellectual property, sometimes called 'Intangible Property', is any product of the human mind or intellect. The broad area of intellectual property is subdivided into different legal classes, depending on the subject matter of the invention, unique name, method or idea. Intellectual property can be almost anything: a technical invention or an improvement thereof, unique name, logo, design, method, software, database, domain name.
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