5-15-13 – Dr. Hildy® and Attorney Victor N. King – Intellectual Property Rights in the Information Age
Dr. Hildy® Welcomes Victor N. King, Esq.
~Intellectual Property Law
in The Information Age ~
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Hour 1 – Dr. Hildy and Victor King, Esq - Intellectual Property Law
Hour 2 – Dr. Hildy and Victor King, Esq - Intellectual Property Law
Since the dawn of time, we as humans have strove to find something that will outlast our time on this planet. As we learned to create art, we found an outlet that not only allowed us to leave a legacy, but also to express ourselves creatively. We continued to find more and more mediums by which to express ourselves, and in doing so, our ideas spread. Pieces of art changed hands, first bartered, then sold, and our ideas spread even more. And the faster our ideas spread, the more easily they were to be duplicated by someone else. Then came the great debate – once an artist puts their idea out into the world, does their idea still belong to them? This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes Intellectual Property Attorney Victor N. King to discuss the nature of intellectual property and how it can be protected from exploitation and theft. A graduate of the University of Arizona and Valaparaiso University School of Law, Mr. King has worked as a patent attorney in Seattle and now has his own firm specializing in the protection of his clients’ intellectual property in that city.
But what is intellectual property, or IP? Property refers to creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce. IP is divided into two categories: industrial property, which includes inventions (patents), trademarks, industrial designs, and geographic indications of source; and copyright, which includes literary and artistic works such as novels, poems and plays, films, musical works, artistic works such as drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures, and architectural designs.
As the internet has grown and we are fully into the Information Age, intellectual property has become a more contentious issue than ever. Perhaps the most famous recent example is the Recording Industry Association of America’s campaign against file sharing over peer-to-peer computer networks. After the software Napster spread like wildfire, users could easily find free, downloadable music. The RIAA filed thousands of lawsuits against those sharing these files, citing that these recordings are the intellectual property of their owners (whether they be the record label, artist or publishing company) and sharing them with others constitutes theft. While music piracy has taken a sharp downturn thanks to easily accessible and affordable downloads on the iTunes store and other sites, there are still many sites that allow visitors to download software, television shows, music and full movies without paying a dime. Through all this, the question remains?
Join Dr. Hildy this week as she discusses intellectual property law on One Cell One Light Radio!
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