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    • PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, COPYRIGHT LAW PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES ANADOLU UNIVERSITY – 2009 /2010 Instructor : Cengiz Hakan AYDIN Name : Fatih AKÇAY No : 12314027314 Study Field : Business Administration University : Anadolu University / ESKİŞEHİR Country :TÜRKİYE
    • ► Contents I - Introduction II - Intellectual Property Rights and its concept : Copyright, Industrial Rights III - Intellectual Property Rights should be protected IV - History of Intellectual Property and Copyright Law V - Intellectual Property and Copyright : in Türkiye VI - Historical Development of IRP in Türkiye VII- Conclusion and Suggestion
    • I – INTRODUCTION “ Private property is the most important guarantee of freedom.” — Friedrich A. Hayek
    • II - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AS A TERM AND ITS CONCEPT P roperty R ights 1 - Real 2 - I ntellectual property : - industrial property - copyright
      • I ndustrial property rights cover inventions and industrial designs.
      II - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AS A TERM AND ITS CONCEPT
      • C opyright is t he areas mentioned as literary, artistic and scientific works .
    • III - Why Should Intellectual Rights Be Protected?
      • funds of society ,
      • driver of other productions ,
      • e conomical, cultural and social developments
      • societies shall survive
      • c onsuming societies - producer societies .
      • two main reasons to protect intellectual property rights are ;
      • 1 - to give statutory expression to the moral and economic rights of creators in their creations and the rights of the public in access to those creations ,
      • 2 - to promote, as a deliberate act of Government policy, creativity and the dissemination and application of its results and to encourage fair trading which would contribute to economic and social development.
      III - Why Should Intellectual Rights Be Protected?
    • IV - History of Intellectual Property and Copyright Law
      • 1967 World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
      • In Europe, French author A. Nion publi cation in 1846.
      • Bayh-Dole Act in 1980.
      • Section 1 of the French law of 1791
      • Copyright
      • Britain - 18. century.
      • Licensing Act of 1662
      • The Statute of Anne in 1709
      • T he Berne Convention on 9 September 1886
      IV - History of Intellectual Property and Copyright Law
    • V - Intellectual property (IP) in Türkiye
      • Copyright
      • Training and Public Awareness
      • Turkish Patent Institute
    • VI - Historical Developments of IPR in Türkiye I - Developments between years 1871-1923 III - Developments after the foundation of Turkish Patent Institute (1994-200 9 ) II - Developments between years 1923-1994
    • Last Condition in Türkiye
      • WIPO Copyright Treaty and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty
      • EU accession
    • VII - CONCLUSION
      • It is an established fact that the levels of protection the countries provide for IPR affect their ;
      • e conomies ,
      • growth,
      • technological transformation,
      • export and employment potentials,
      • FDI inflow potentials.
      VII - CONCLUSION
    • Respect everybody’s work to safe creation and innovation. Foreworned is foreearned! VII - CONCLUSION
      • THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION