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Surgical Medicine Open Access Journal

Modern IP Offences and the Medical Profession

  • Open or Close Simon Raymond*

    Consultant specializing in Medical and Scientific Research, Australia

    *Corresponding author:Simon Raymond, Consultant specializing in Medical and Scientific Research, Alumnus, Australia

Submission: May 30, 2019Published: June 13,2019

DOI: 10.31031/SMOAJ.2019.02.000545

ISSN : 2578-0379
Volume2 Issue4


IP offences have been recognized as perhaps the most important of offences in modern society. Current laws are able to deal with offences relating to plagiarism, copyright, and theft of IP from computer and related devices. It seems logical that theft of IP directly from the mind of individuals (For instance, copying directly from neurological processes) is the next step in IP offences that should be described and researched.

Keywords: Copyright; Plagiarism; IP offences; Intellectual property

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