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IP address

n
(Computer Science) computing internet protocol address: the numeric code that identifies all computers that are connected to the internet
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IP address

[aɪˈpiːəˌdres] N (Comput) =Internet Protocol addressdirección f IP

IP address

n (Comput, Internet) → IP-Adresse f
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* The costs of defending against third-party attempts to cancel or invalidate an insured's registered IP.
Tenders are invited for Carrying out Ganga Kalyana and Water Supply works and Registered IP sets on TTK basis and the details are as below: SI.No.1.
"This will hinder you from obtaining additional registered IP rights, such as a trade mark.
As a result, any brand, regardless of size, can now register on the platform, and the site has since changed its policy so that brands can defend themselves with non-Chinese registered IP, something Jones says is immensely valuable, as Chinese IP is notoriously difficult to obtain.
They will also need to understand how their registered IP will be changed
Accordingly, a co-development of activities carried out in an open innovation environment requires a clear agreement on ownership of any resultant IP, particularly where parties to the development have no previously registered IP in the relevant activity.
(84) Nevertheless, the Australian legislature elected to limit the scope of this bifurcated regime to registered IP rights and their licenses, implying that it is unwarranted for unregistered IP rights and their licenses.
(a) Registered IP address: the client IP address that had a successful connection with the server and is registered in the registry of the Secured Ethernet Interface System is treated as genuine client IP address
For those with registered IP rights (or contemplating registration) do I need to make any changes to my filing and management strategy to ensure my unitary IP rights would be protected in both the EU and UK after the Brexit?
If you don't have registered IP rights, there may be little you can do to stop someone ripping off your hard work, or stopping them is likely to be more difficult and expensive.
However, depending on the exact timeframe and the details of the component, in the writer's case it may still be possible to obtain some commercially useful registered IP rights.
In such an analysis CPAs can not only identify registered IP but also ask managers which of their business unit activities result in value-creating expenditures, such as R&D, marketing and customer service.

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