The word intellectual is a noun. Intellectual means (1) a person who uses the mind creatively.
Intellectual is also an adjective that means (1) of or associated with or requiring the use of the mind.
Intellectual is also an adjective that means (1) involving intelligence rather than emotions or instinct, (2) of or relating to the intellect.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word intellectual.
This website, a project of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and several Universities, aims to help users understand the protections of the First Amendment and intellectual property laws give to online users. It addresses abuses where a site owner is forced to remove information that may or may not be against the law. The site is searchable by topic such as copyright, linking, and more.
Formed in 1990, the EFF, a non-profit group made up of lawyers, is concerned with defending free speech, privacy, innovation, and consumer rights on the web. The EFF has worked to oppose some legislation and acts as an information source for policy makers and the public. There are links to concise information about privacy, intellectual property, fair use, blogger's rights, and much more.
Synopsys, founded in 1986 and located in California, delivers semiconductor design software, intellectual property (IP), design for manufacturing (DM) solutions and professional services that companies use to design systems-on-chips (SoCs) and electronic systems. The website has links to problems and Synopsys solutions, information about training and support, and more.
The World Intellectual Property Organization, established in 1967, is a specialized agency of the United Nations. It is dedicated to developing a balanced and accessible international international property (IP) system. The website has links to patents, trademarks, copyright, and more. Also on the website are resources for delegates, journalists, students and others, plus most requested info.
The following articles provide recent intellectual-related news.
China said on Monday that the Trump administration's trade measures on items from steel to intellectual property taken under the guise national security were "bringing back to life the ghost of unilateralism".
Reuters. Monday, 17 Dec 2018 07:06:02 -0500.