Is a Creabook Sovereign Title sufficient by itself or should I still get a Patent, Trademark or Copyright protection to establish my IP? The Patent, Trademark or Copyright is a decision in which one State recognizes on its territory the author right of one or several creators on an invention, mark or copy. It may be…
Creabooks are based on human rights and may only be used by authentic creators of creation.
Like any book, Creabooks are protected in courts against plagiarism and counterfeits.
A registered Creabook may not be confidential but its encrypted annexes may contain non claimed descriptions.
Yes, the Creabook declaration form applies to any type of creations.
The Creabooks material rights may be transmitted as any material right.
Yes, it is open source but may not be commercially exploited, registered or certified by any authority which does not have the accreditation to deliver CP content unique serial number.
Updating a Creabook is a permanent right.
Any creative idea related to an artistic, literary or scientific product protected by Bern’s Convention is a Protected Content (CP).
Creations are protected because they are an extension of the human person.