There’s an old saying: “the business of Intellectual Property is business.” Intellectual Property protection is garnered so that a company may thrive. The right of an individual to protect their ideas was written into the U.S. Constitution in 1787. The Drafters knew that innovation was going to be very important in the new world.
For centuries companies have risen and fallen on the strength of their IP. Some companies such as AT&T, Siemens, Western Union, and General Electric have been patenting and selling their products and services since the 1880s.
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