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Under intellectual property laws, all copyrights, patents, and trademarks are protected. The owner of protected works has the legal right to take immediate action against any parties that violate these laws. New programs are available to help the owner establish intellectual property protection.

Identifying Unauthorized Usage

The program searches for content that includes any materials that are protected by a copyright, patent, or trademark. Once the materials are found, the program generates an alert to the owner. The perpetrator is notified of their unlawful use of the products and must comply with the removal request.

Finding All Content Faster

The software shortens the time needed to find all instances of unauthorized use. It enables the owner to take immediate action against these parties. The owner won’t have to pay excessive fees for a worker dedicated to locating the materials. The program does this for them.

What can the Owner Do?

If the identified user doesn’t comply with the copyright or trademark laws by removing the content, the owner can report the user. The owner can also file a legal claim against the user to collect any proceeds generated through the use of their intellectual property.

Could the Perpetrator Face Jail Time?

Yes, strict federal laws apply to the unauthorized use of intellectual property. However, jail sentences are not likely if the perpetrator didn’t make any money off the product. Typically, the unlawful user will pay a fine for violating the applicable laws. On the other hand, if they generated profits, the perpetrator is required to pay all proceed to the original owner and could go to prison.

How Fast Does the Program Work?

The program goes to work for the intellectual property owners immediately. It searches through the internet for all instances in which their work appears. The software works on a 24-hour basis and sends alerts each time the content is found.

Intellectual property laws prevent outsiders from profiting off the hard work of artists, publishers, and musical artists. The laws enforce protection obtained through copyrights, trademarks, and patents. Federal laws apply to the illegal use of the materials and are actionable in court. Intellectual property owners who need assistance contact a consultant right now.

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