IP


Internet[2] Protocol or Intellectual Property[1]

Internet Protocol is the set of rules governing how data[3] is sent from one computer to another across the internet[2] and other IP[4] based networks.

Intellectual Property is an original, creative product of the intellect, such as an idea or an innovation, that can be developed into something more tangible, such as an invention or a work of creative endeavour. As “property” it can be owned, rented, sold, or stolen.

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1. Intellectual Property. Intellectual Property is an original, creative product of the intellect, such as an idea or an innovation, that can be developed into something more tangible, such as an invention or a work of creative endeavour. As “property” it can be owned, rented, sold, or stolen. Related Articles: Glossary: DNSGlossary: Static IP AddressIntellectual Property« Back to Glossary […]
2. Internet. A group of devices that are connected to each other worldwide. Related Articles: Glossary: DNSGlossary: Static IP AddressIntellectual Property« Back to Glossary Index
3. data. Raw facts or figures without context or meaning. e.g. 1, “Boris”, False Related Articles: Glossary: DNSGlossary: Static IP AddressIntellectual Property« Back to Glossary Index
4. IP. Internet Protocol or Intellectual Property Internet Protocol is the set of rules governing how data is sent from one computer to another across the internet and other IP based networks. Intellectual Property is an original, creative product of the intellect, such as an idea or an innovation, that can be developed into something more tangible, […]