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Intellectual Property (from Wikipedia) “is a category of property that includes intangible creations of the human intellect, ….. such as copyrights, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets.”
Creating new Intellectual Property is a very lengthy process:
To start with, it requires plenty of IP to create new IP. It is not something you simply decide to do.
It requires experience, immagination, capability to conduct research, to think out of the box, to be innovative, to see things which others cannot.
It takes plenty of time and money. It is also very risky. Someone could have a similar idea and get there before you do. Coming second is tantamount to failure. Being the first of the last is useless.
Great IP is more valuable than money, more precious than one can imagine.
For all these reasons, people will want to steal your IP. This is particularly true of very large companies. This…
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