LONDON – IPC, the industry association that looks after interests of companies involved in electronics interconnection, has released IPC-1071, a standard on printed circuit board intellectual property protection. The standard is titled Best industry practices for intellectual property protection in printed board manufacturing and it is intended to assist printed board manufacturers in the development of requirements for the protection of intellectual property (IP) for their customers in commercial, industrial, military and other high reliability markets, the IPC (Bannockburn, Ill.) said.
You can read about it here, if you’re willing to pay $31. We wonder what they think of open source hardware and creative commons.
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