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There are several different types of intellectual property, which might apply here, but I don't see any indication that they do. As you say, the specifics may depend on jurisdiction, but a lot of this is effectively global. Let's start with what definitely doesn't apply: A. Copyright. This is a product, not a creative expression. There are some cases where ...


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This differs widely from one jurisdiction to another, but there are generally 2 levels of illegality" counterfeited goods (often criminal offense) goods violating patents/trademarks/general design etc (civil liability) First one happens when seller misinforms customer about the product, eg. you're buying something thinking it's Canon, but it's a fake. ...



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