Rights in data handbook: Protecting and exploiting IP in data and databases internationally
The value of data and databases to business is undeniable and continues to increase. As a result the laws which enable data to be protected and exploited are crucial to many industries, from horseracing to financial services. Nonetheless, while much has been written about the neighbouring area of data privacy/data protection, the issue of IP rights in data and databases has traditionally received almost no attention. This guide sets out an overview of the IP and related rights affecting data and databases in 12 key global jurisdictions.
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