Intellectual Property Rights (HAKI)
Basically, the concept of intellectual property rights is based on the idea that intellectual works that have been created or produced by humans require the sacrifice of time, energy and money. Understanding Intellectual Property Rights (HAKI) or Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is the right to enjoy economically the results of an intellectual creativity. Based on this understanding, it is necessary to have an appreciation for the work that has been produced, namely legal protection for the intellectual property. The aim is to encourage and develop the spirit of continuing to work and create. Objects of legal protection regulated in IPR are works that arise or are born because of human intellectual abilities. There are several types of intellectual property rights, including patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyrights, geographical indications, trade secrets, and DTLST.