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The Business of Android Apps Development: Making and Marketing Apps That Succeed by Mark Rollins

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What You Need to Do, Legally, As an Application Developer

Okay, let’s say you were able to make that Android application. Now you should know that your Android application is your personal intellectual property, which means that you or your company has “intangible rights” to your creative work. Knowing your personal intellectual property rights can protect you from imitators who are out to get a quick buck from your application. For example, if someone steals your icon, graphics, or idea, knowing your rights could help you file an appropriate lawsuit to recover from the theft of your intellectual property.

What sort of rights do you want? You want something that can be obtained as quickly and accurately as possible in order to protect your investment. ...

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