IP Rights in Data
Author: Paul Garland, Jeremy Harris, Rebecca Halford-Harrison, Alison Rea
The importance of data can not be overstated, however in legal terms, data can be somewhat nebulous. The layered nature of IP rights deserves careful analysis. IP rights can be enforced and this paper examines rights: Copyright, data rights, confidentiality and trade marks.
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