Intellectual Property: The right to own a business for creative thought, ie, literary and artistic inventions, works, symbols, names, images, designs and industrial drawings, which it composes, produces or transmits to its ownership.
Intellectual property is divided into two categories: industrial property, which includes inventions, trademarks, industrial designs, originals, geographical names, and copyright which includes literary and artistic works such as novels, poems, plays, films, music, drawings, paintings, On the other hand, rights related to copyright include the rights of performers relating to their performance, the rights of producers of phonograms related to their recordings, the rights of broadcasting organizations related to radio programs, TV and in recent years have been added software and the science of the Internet and its branches.
The IPU has adopted a special center for the registration of intellectual property in order to protect it in accordance with international laws and local laws. It has linked intellectual property rights to its owners and has relied on follow-up committees for registered rights and the network of lawyers across continents.
Intellectual property includes copyright and related rights as well as commercial and industrial property