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    Bakit Hindi Mahalaga sa Pilipinas ang Intellectual Property Rights?

    May batas para sa Intellectual Property Rights, pero bibihira ang napaparusahan.

    Sa lahat ng branches ng gobyerno, kali-kaliwa ang plagiarism.
    Sa mga TV stations, hindi sila nagbabayad ng royalties sa mga artists... kaya namamatay ng mahirap ang mga tulad nina Levi Celerio, etc.
    Ang mga kumpanya, kanya-kanyang gayahan ng produkto, kahit mga logos.
    Ang pag-aapply ng patents, napakahirap at napakamahal. Lalo na kung international patents ang iaapply ng 1 simpleng imbentor.

    May magagawa pa ba para maprotektahan ang tunay na talino ng mga Pilipino? Gayundin ang talino ng ibang lahi na kinokopya lang ng ilang nagmamagaling na Pilipino (ehem Supreme Court, ehem Tito Sotto).

    Maipatutupad pa ba ang IPR Laws ng maayos para maparusahan na ang mga taong nangongopya lang at walang sariling talino/kakayahang gumawa ng sarili nyang ideya?

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    Hindi sa Hindi Mahalaga sa Pinas ang Intellectual Property Law. Madami lang ang umaasta na mas mataas pa sila sa batas, sila ang batas, "batas ay batas" sa kanilang paniniwala, at wala talagang gustong sumunod sa batas.

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    we have chinoys and chinese

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    NeverForget + NeverForgive
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    What rule of law?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andresbonifacio2 View Post
    What rule of law?
    Exactly!

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    wala pa sa ganoong maturity level collectively tayong mga pinoy na marealize natin yung kahalagahan ng IPR. darating din tayo dun, pero matagal pa.

    parang global warming vis-a-vis environmental laws lang yan, ngayon na lang natin pinakahahalagahan at pinapansin dahil sa man made natural disasters na nangyari.

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    Economics.

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    baka naman sobrang layo pa tayo sa stage kung saan ang intellectual property rights ay maging issue na.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baklah_ako View Post
    May batas para sa Intellectual Property Rights, pero bibihira ang napaparusahan.

    Sa lahat ng branches ng gobyerno, kali-kaliwa ang plagiarism.
    Sa mga TV stations, hindi sila nagbabayad ng royalties sa mga artists... kaya namamatay ng mahirap ang mga tulad nina Levi Celerio, etc.
    Ang mga kumpanya, kanya-kanyang gayahan ng produkto, kahit mga logos.
    Ang pag-aapply ng patents, napakahirap at napakamahal. Lalo na kung international patents ang iaapply ng 1 simpleng imbentor.

    May magagawa pa ba para maprotektahan ang tunay na talino ng mga Pilipino? Gayundin ang talino ng ibang lahi na kinokopya lang ng ilang nagmamagaling na Pilipino (ehem Supreme Court, ehem Tito Sotto).

    Maipatutupad pa ba ang IPR Laws ng maayos para maparusahan na ang mga taong nangongopya lang at walang sariling talino/kakayahang gumawa ng sarili nyang ideya?
    WALANG ALAM SA BATAS ANG MGA IMBENTOR, ARTISTA, ATBP.

    Pero pag mga big companies or those who know better they usually go after those who violate their rights. Daming case nyan na wala sa balita.

    Mayhap, you should check the contracts and the cases relating to Intellectual Property Laws.

    Re: Patents

    Mahirap talaga dapat mag apply ng patent! Kasi if hindi lahat nalang ng mga bagay bagay sa mundo naka-patent kahit napaka-minor na bagay na hindi naman dapat talaga ma-patent. Costly talaga ang patent at matagal technical kasi. If hindi mo kaya mag papatent then get a backer and have them sign a contract for purposes of non-compete, non-disclosure, and confidentiality which is risky din naman pero hey... walang pera eh.

    Madami sa mga talinong pinoy ay "bobo" in the sense na mahina sila sa business planning. hindi porke may imbensyon ka eh dapat mo i-papatent AGAD. Dapat pag aralan mo din ang business side nito. Isa pa, madami ang launch ng launch na patentable inventions nila na akala mo copyright, protected from the moment of creation.

    All in all, intellectual property laws can only be enforced if may nagrereklamo. At ang pagrereklaamo ay isang business decision din.

    Kaya mali ang conclusion mo na walang halagaa ang intellectual property dito saatin. Hindi lang marunong ang mga may ari ng protectable intellectual properties or they dont see the benefit of having their rights enforced as of the moment.

    Re: Copyright

    Most "talents" are actually SLAVES in the sense that the networks, companies, etc OWN the works of the artist.

    A good example is a school in Paranaque who forces their teachers to produce works BUT the school owns the copyright and the work itself. Same with most new talents in showbiz.

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    Naiintindihan ko ang meaning ni TS about IPR.. Example yung mga kumakanta ng composition ng isang singer or compositor ng walang paalam on air or sa TV shows.. Bihira nalang ang nagdedemanda pag may ganyan, yung may pambayad sa abogado..

    Second, yung mga plagiarist, na isang example yung isang senador.. Kung di pa pumutak yung Blogger na pinag-gayahan. Masasanay ang na plagiarist na yun, I remember todo deny pa nung una hehe..

    Pangatlo, yung mga gumagamit ng product o imbensyon ng isang artist o imbentor sa isang TV show or Radio o anumang broadcast na walang paalam sa owner.. O kaya mas worst, gagamitin pa sa kumpanya nila ng walang paalam sa inventor.

    To be honest this kind of situation is very alarming. See, your property is being used by an organization or company without your consent, and more is, you are not being paid any royalty fees.. Ridiculous

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    intellectual property rights are much easier to protect if you affiliate yourself with a major power or corporation versus going on your own as an individual. sa gayon, may kakampi ka na malakas din para ipatupad para sa iyo. mas maganda siyempre kung maasahan mo ang gobyerno niyo pero kung alam mo ng hindi, bumakas ka na lang sa iba.

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    ^
    Yeah you got point there, that's why most of the inventors prefers to sell their patents and get hired by multinational companies, so in that way he/she can protect his own invention and to acquire some security for his/her property.....

    But some inventors only prefers partnership with large companies but still retains the rights and patents in his name.. In this way, he/she got the privilege to collect royalty fees..

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    Batas

    Di na ito nakakapagtaka dahil maraming batas sa Pilipinas and di naman talaga nasusunod o sinusunod. Nasanay na kasi ang karamihan na pag walang sumisita o umalma eh ayos lang, which is mali. Kagabi lang habang nagmamaneho ako may nakita akong driver na nag beating the red light, tuloy lang siya kasi wala din namang nanghuhuli. Question is kailangan pa bang may manghuli para sumunod sa batas? Malungkot pero ganun ang kalakaran sa ating bayan.

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    kung may mahuli man , may padrino na sasalo kaya lusot pa din ...

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    wala naman kasi ganong po protektahang intellectual property.

    countries with companies and individuals with innovative projects and products would of course be more aggressive in protecting their properties.

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    You an find rationalizations against Intellectual Property if you read some books or articles by Stephan Kinsella.

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    What GS09 wrote. FWIW, various countries, including those that industrialized, were characterized by this problem. The U.S. was one of the first.

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    Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines...

    http://www.chanrobles.com/legal7ipcp.htm#.UDx03qMlp8E
    http://www.wipo.int/wipolex/en/profile.jsp?code=PH
    http://www.lawphil.net/statutes/repa...8293_1997.html
    http://www.aijc.com.ph/PCCF/observat...es/IPR/ipr.pdf

    IP Office of the Philippines: http://www.ipophil.gov.ph/

    IP isn't just restricted to inventions. It also covers documents, plans, ideas, and a rough draft - digital or not.

    Not too long ago, architectural renders from 3D Pinoy were used by JJ Marzan/Sikhara Construction. They were guilty of copyright infringement that they took down the site. Too bad (for them) that a snapshot of the site was taken and is posted in 3DP.



    URL: http://forum.3dpinoy.com/showthread.php?t=3078

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    Again, we are talking about the Philippines - where rule of law is optional.

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