Intellectual Property Rights
Daren Tang, from Singapore, was elected to become the new director general of the World Intellectual Property Organization.
Universities around the world are taking steps to protect their sensitive research from attempts by the Chinese Communist Party or others to steal it.
Protecting intellectual property rights and making sure that innovators are paid what they deserve are a U.S. priority. Download this free poster.
The U.S. warns companies to protect against China's intellectual property theft, which could lead to security and privacy risks as well as economic harm.
Stealing ideas hurts workers. As more of the economy becomes connected through 5G, it's vital that we have trusted networks to secure ideas.
The view of the U.S. is that Huawei equipment in any part of 5G networks represents an unacceptable risk to national security.
With heavy investments in research, U.S. universities are outpacing their international counterparts in receiving U.S. patents for new inventions.
Copyrighted works dating back to 1923 have now entered the public domain. That's important news for teachers, theater groups and others.
Following a push by Vietnam to improve enforcement of intellectual property laws, the U.S. trained 120 Vietnamese judges on intellectual property rights.