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A trademark is a sign or a “mark” that allows consumers to distinguish and recognize products or services produced and offered by individuals or companies.
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ISBN is the acronym of International Standard Book Number. It is a 13-digit number for registrations of books. This unique coding system for books helps to distinguish published books and simultaneously provides information on the origin.
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A Patent grants the inventor of a new invention the exclusive rights to protect its creation, commercializing it and reaping the benefits of its use for a limited period of time. In brief, inventors have the only right to freely use their inventions and that the invention cannot be commercially made, used, distributed or sold without the patent owners consent. Inventors create new ways of doing something or come up with new solutions to technical problems.
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The i-Envelope is a legal proof that your idea or creation belongs to you, the creator, and is issued with date stamp for each new submission. Even though, the i-Envelope grants creators the legal means to proof authenticity of their creation, it does not provide the intellectual property rights.
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