Chapter 5

Intellectual Property

Abstract

This chapter discusses the range of intellectual property rights that will be available to owners of augmented media and content, including patents, trademarks, copyright, and the right of publicity. It also examines the few AR-related IP infringement cases that have arisen to date, and predicts the likely ways in which augmented media will lead to more such disputes in the near future.

Keywords

copyright
trademark
patent
right of publicity
holograms
reproduction
derivative works
public display
keyword advertising
patent trolls
licensing
Information in this chapter
Patents
Trademark
Copyright
Publicity Rights

Introduction

Intellectual property laws protect ideas, creative expression, ...

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