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Read the text again to fill in the gaps.

1. … is an asset that can be bought, sold, licensed, or given away at no cost.

2 .Intellectual property law aims at … and producers of intellectual goods and services by granting them certain time-limited rights to control the use made …

3. The basic forms of intellectual property are …

4. … the economic rights given to creators of literary and artistic works, including the right to reproduce the work, to make copies, and to perform or display the work publicly.

5. A trade secret is … that is valuable to afford

an actual or potential economic advantage such as a database ... , distribution processes.

6. … symbol or design; or combination of words, phrases, symbols or designs; that identifies and distinguishes the source of goods or services.

7. … is the same as a trademark except that it identifies and … a service rather than product.

8. Geographical indications identify …, where a given quality, … attribute to geographic origin.

 

9. Find the definitions of the following terms that were not given in the text. Discuss them with your partner to find out the difference:

trademark

pattern

copyright

trade secret

intellectual property.

10. Find out more information about intellectual property crimes. Write a short essay. Before writing an essay study the following information how to write an essay:

Essays focus on developing an argument or analyzing ideas rather than on description. The essay has three parts:

introduction - the purpose of the introduction is to identify the topic, your point of view and the main reasons for your response;

body - it shows your discussion of the main ideas supporting your position or response to the question;

conclusion - the purpose of the conclusion is to summarize and make final evaluative comments.

Introduction Body Conclusion
· An introductory sentence or two related directly to the question. · A definition or explanation of a key term.
  • A clear statement of the focus of the essay or the position being argued, your thesis statement.
  • Sentences that give a clear idea of what the essay will be about (content) and the direction (scope) the essay will take.
· A topic sentence: a statement of the main idea of the paragraph. · Explanation or supporting evidence (from the scholarly readings). · Further evidence from your reading to deepen your discussion. · Application of ideas through the use of examples. · Your discussion of, comment on and evaluation of these ideas. · A concluding sentence that brings the paragraph to a close. · A brief summary of the main ideas presented in the essay. · Confirmation of the thesis included in the introduction. · Final evaluative comments on the relative importance of the arguments. · Comments on the ongoing significance of the topic as an issue that needs further discussion or investigation.  



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