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Intellectual Property (IP) infringement involves using another's material, such as a copyright or trademark, without the permission of the IP owner. These acts can include the unauthorized reproduction, distribution, preparation of derivative works, public performance, or display of that material. The infringement does not need to be for monetary gain to be problematic, just without permission. Examples of misuse of IEEE IP would include unauthorized posting of conference or journal papers, reselling of standards, or unauthorized use of the IEEE name or logo.

 

How to report misuse

If you would like to report an incident of infringement, please visit http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/copyrightInfringement.jsp.

If you have any questions about infringement or want to report misuse, email infringement@ieee.org.

If you would like to report a case of plagiarism, please email the IEEE Intellectual Property Rights Office at copyrights@ieee.org.

 
 

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FAQ on copyright or trademark infringement

Those who have questions about infringement are encouraged to read the FAQ on copyright or trademark infringement.

 
 

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Confidentiality

IEEE has a strict policy to keep all information about you confidential and will not disclose your information unless required by law.

If you have any additional questions, please email infringement@ieee.org.

 
 

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