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The new law on protection of topographies of semiconductor products was launched on 3 July 2013 and replaces the law on protection of topographies of integrated circuits. Instead of integrated circuits, the protection subjects are semiconductor products.
This allows for wider protection pertaining to the all types of electric circuits. This is a result of the need for legal framework improvement and for harmonisation with international and EU standards…
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