1. Bagaimana Trips Agreement Mengatur Perlindungan Hak Cipta Jelaskan
Protecting INTELLECTUAL property authorities is an important issue at the international level and is seen as a means of increasing creativity and creativity. That is why WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) was created to negotiate an agreement on the protection of intellectual property rights. WIPO has developed several international conventions, such as the Paris Convention (1967) on the protection of industrial wealth and the Bern Convention (1971) on the protection of writings and art. Patents (chapters 27 to 35): exclusive rights to investigate products and processes in all areas of technology. The purpose of patent protection must be a new, inventive and industry-wide invention. 20 years of protection. In the public interest, the government may authorize third parties to use patents without the consent of the patent holder, i.e. by binding licensing conditions. Section 27.3 provides for the protection of biological materials that will be examined in other sections. Can Trips be used to preserve the protection of all intellectual and property rights that we have created (including all: trademarks, patents, industrial design, integrated circuit design, commercial design, copyright and protection of plant varieties) international? Or does everyone have a different base? Thank you. Industrial product design (sections 25 to 26): protection for new and original industrial models with a minimum duration of 10 years. Textile design must be protected by copyright under these conditions.
Historically, intellectual property legislation has existed in Indonesia since the 1840s. The Dutch colonial government introduced the first Intellectual Property Protection Act in 1844. In addition, the Dutch government invited the Trademark Act (1885), the Patent Act (1910) and the Copyright Act (1912). Indonesia, then Dutch from East India, has been a member of the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property since 1888 and a member of the Bern Convention for the Protection of Literary and Arist Works since 1914. During the Japanese occupation from 1942 to 1945, all intellectual property laws and regulations remained in force. Following the ratification of Law 7 of 1987, the Indonesian government signed a series of bilateral copyright agreements as a law enforcement force. On September 19, 1987, the Indonesian government passed Law 7 of 1987 as an amendment to Copyright Act No. 12 of 1982. The explanation of Law 7 of 1987 makes it clear that the amendment to The No.