- Intellectual Property.
- Internet Protocol: a communications protocol for computers connected to a network, especially the Internet, specifying the format for addresses and units of transmitted data.See also TCP/IP.
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Examples from the Web for ip
Pyongyang hackers, according to numerous reports, used Chinese IP addresses for their attacks on Sony.U.S. Should Make North Korea Pay for Sony Hack
Gordon G. Chang
December 18, 2014
This is the age of satellites and radars and Google Earth, of cellphone cameras (and cellphone towers) and IP addresses.Flight 370 And Our Unsolved Mystery Obsession
March 13, 2014
Included in these documents were Hong Kong and Chinese IP addresses that the NSA was surveilling.Snowden’s Beijing Benefactors?
Gordon G. Chang
January 3, 2014
Ip Man suffers heartbreaking losses in the war, and the heyday of kung fu grandmasters is long gone.Tony Leung on His Journey to Kung Fu Spirituality in ‘The Grandmaster’
August 24, 2013
They discovered this by tracking the IP addresses that were downloading illegal content.This Is Why SOPA Failed
January 18, 2013
The set tuned in on the IP station on Europa was speaking again.
Mars will, of course, be protected as best the IP ships can.
They were practiced by this time, and this IP station had only seven five-foot beams.
The list of stockholders had read like a list of IP heroes and executives.
The staff had been a list of IP men with a slender sprinkling of accountants.
- internet protocol: a code used to label packets of data sent across the internet, identifying both the sending and the receiving computers
- law intellectual property
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- Short for Internet Protocol. A protocol that specifies the way data is broken into packets and the way those packets are addressed for transmission. See more at TCP/IP.
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