IMAGINE THE FUTURE
Those who innovate, who change the interface of our gadgets change our world
and allow us to go further, faster, better in our everyday life. They discover new solutions
to our technical problems. These inventions can be protected by the patent system that protect
the interests of inventors, ensuring that they can control its commercial exploitation for 20 years.
TO WHOM DOES THE INVENTION REALLY BELONG?
Most of the time, these passionate inventors do not have the funding to protect their inventions;
hence, they have little choice. How do they find funding to patent their inventions? Without funding,
they either exploit their inventions secretly and hope that no one will steal them, or they destroy
their inventions and give up. Is not a choice?
BE SMART AND AVOID TROLLS
Trolls are people who use cunning ways to patent other people's inventions before they do it so themselves
Most trolls work under cover for a company with a large budget. If you are one of these inventors who has
a promising discovery yet little money to protect your invention, IPLocked offers you the following
solution while you await more funding to patent your invention:
Make a design, utility, mechanical patent drawing of your technical invention
and buy an IPLocked certificate that guarantees a timestamp of your invention. A copy of which is placed in a safe.
In case of conflict or counterfeit, our intellectual property lawyers will help you with your defense and legal problems.
From then on, you can continue to keep your invention secret, have it patented later, or publicly exploit your invention.
As soon as it is disclosed, your invention becomes
part of the state of the art and is no longer patentable.
You can continue using your invention under copyright protection.
The rights of a copyright owner are infringed when one of the acts
requiring the authorization of the owner is done by someone
else without his consent. The unauthorized copying of copyright
materials for commercial purposes and the unauthorized commercial
dealing in copied materials is known as “piracy.”