Intellectual Property Rights
With the progress of technology and global network, we can easily search, spread, copy and paste much information on internet. When we enjoy the convenience of internet, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) becomes more closely linked to our daily life than before. A lot of problems about intellectual property rights infringement occur in our lives again and again. Students might have many questions about IPRS-for instance, is it illegal to download mp3? Then, what is the meaning of illegal copy and how many pages copied means a reasonable extent and so on.
In order to protect the rights and interests of authors, we all have responsibilities to respect and protect IPR. For learning more details about IPRs, you can check up information in the website http://www.tipo.gov.tw/en/index.aspx. We hope these resources can help you-not only to understand what problems of intellectual property rights you may encounter with but also to establish the conception of respecting and protecting intellectual property rights.