Intellectual property protection
Intellectual property protection in our ethical code
Our Code of Ethics spells out our responsibility to protect intellectual property, the basic principles of which are the protection of the IP of third parties and protection of our own IP.
7. Protection of intellectual property
7.1 Protection of third parties' intellectual property:
We will strive to protect intellectual property of our customers and related cooperating parties who support our business.
In doing business, our customers and related cooperating parties provide us with valuable information, copyrighted works, and other similar information or works. The information and works we receive are the outcome of the intellectual activities of a number of related persons and are the intellectual property created as a result of investing an enormous amount of time, expense and effort. Therefore, the rights of the owner thereof must be protected to the greatest extent possible.
7.2 Protection of our own intellectual property:
We will strive to protect our own intellectual property as well as that of third parties.
Based on the above, we encourage understanding of copyrights, trademark law, patent rights, and industrial property rights.