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Week 9-Chapter 5: Questions & Answers Included

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Information Technology Management
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ITM 407
Candace Grant

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th Wednesday November 7 , 2012 ITM407 Week 9 Preparation Notes Readings: Tavani Chapter 5 Intellectual Property Section 5.1 and 5.5 *Sveiby, Intellectual Capital *Buckman’s Laboratories - case Canadian Government Site on Intellectual Property ( cipo/trdmrks/srch/ Intellectual Property: Read Tavani, Section 5.1 and 5.5 on Intellectual Property and consider the following questions: 1. What is property? Property is originally referred to land but it not includes objects that an individual can own such as car, clothing or stamp collection. 2. How has our concept of property changed with intellectual property? Our concept has changed since there is no limitation to the number of intellectual property that one can own. MS Word can be copied multiple times but a land can only have 1 sole owner. There must be some sort of laws that protect intellectual property of owners. Now that people have some up with great ideas and inventions like MS Word, their ideas and knowledge must be protected so that it stays creative and original and not being copied multiple times because then the originality is gone. 3. What are the three main arguments for protecting property? We should protect property so that individuals can have the right to claim the labour they p
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