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The term intellectual property laws are more easily understood by any lay person if you just mention the word: exclusive. Intellectual property laws are a legal rights protection parachute granted to owners who seek exclusive rights to a particular, intangible asset. Those assets can take many forms; the most common of intellectual property rights that most of us will easily recognize include, but not limited to, copyrights for music and print, patents, and trademarks; sort of like playing a game of monopoly where you win the game.
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