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Learning about chips rights

We can’t imagine a world without chips. A chip is an essential part of an electronic device and is programmed to perform a certain function. They are everywhere from computers, cars and domestic appliances to medical equipment. As the development of new semiconductors (electronic circuits on a chip) costs a lot of effort and investment, there’s a specific right to protect them, namely chips rights.

Discover more about chips rights in this guide.