Understanding of Intellectual Property rights

Intellectual Property Rights, abbreviated as “HKI” or equivalent of words commonly used for Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), namely rights arising for the results of thinking that produce a product or process that is useful to humans in essence HKI is the right to enjoy economically the result of an intellectual creativity. Objects regulated in IPR are works that arise or are born out of human intellectual ability.

HKI is divided into 2 (two) parts, namely:

  1. copyright
  2. industrial property rights which include:
  • patent;
  • industrial design;
  • Trademark;
  • repression of unfair competition;
  • Layout design of integrated circuit;
  • Trade secret.