Criminal Guarantees for Intellectual Property Protection with a Look at Domestic Law

S. Aref Hosseini, Ahmad Mirzaei, Ismail Abdollahi

Abstract


Intellectual property is found almost everywhere in creative works such as books, movies, music, recordings of music, art, software, and in everyday objects such as cars, computers, medicines, industrial and commercial works, and Signs are also in the realm of intellectual property. The community supports and appreciates the benefits of intellectual property created by those who devote their time and resources to fostering innovation and knowledge development and preventing the minds of the nation from escaping. This design of the intellectual property system benefits society in various ways that can be supported by criminal support of this system to enrich public knowledge and culture. We have achieved fair competition, fostering economic growth, sustaining innovation and creativity, promoting and enhancing technological and cultural advancements, and, most importantly, promoting public order and the proper use of our rights.

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