SPOT THE DIFFERENCE

Respect for intellectual property and ethical trading are inextricably linked. The ACID “Spot the Difference” gallery is aimed at raising awareness of some examples where it is difficult to tell the difference between the original and remarkably similar products. What do you think?

Design right is about the appearance of a product, in particular, the shape, texture, colour, materials used, contours and ornamentation. To qualify as a new design, the overall impression should be different from any existing design. Usually the creator of the design owns any rights except for work commissioned during employment when the rights belong to the employer.

Unregistered design rights protect the shape or configuration of a product and arise automatically.

 

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