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Whats difference between Copyright & patent?

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Asked by Shiva Shankar, 07 Feb '08 11:57 am
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Think Copyright is the right obtained from the Patent means original Owner if he finds to give access to u he will give u to use that Commodity or whatsoever. The rights are reserved there . And patent means To get that Whole and sole right of ur own on which u invent or discover
Answered by prasad piratla, 07 Feb '08 11:59 am

 
  
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There are basically five major legal differences between a copyright and
a patent in the United States: subject matter protected, requirement for
protection, when protection begins, duration, and infringement. There's
also a sixth practical one: cost.

Subject matter: A copyright covers "works of authorship," which
essentially means literary, dramatic, and musical works, pictorial,
graphic, and sculptural works, audio-visual works, sound recordings,
pantomimes and choreography. A patent covers an invention, which
essentially means a new and non-obvious useful and functional feature of
a product or process.

Requirement for protection: In order for a work to be copyrighted, it
must be original and fixed in a tangible medium of expression; no
formalities are required (see section 2.3). In order for an invention to
be patented, it must be novel (i.e., new), non-obvious, and useful and a
patent must be issued by the United States Patent and Trademar ...more
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 07 Feb '08 11:59 am

 
  
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Refer this site http://www.advocatekhoj.com/, contains all acts and rules
Answered by Naresh Gupta, 08 Feb '08 12:37 pm

 
  
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