Silentia and Intellectual Property
Anyone who has inspired ideas, and works hard to develop them and turn them into a practical reality, should be able to protect this "intellectual" achievement. This principle is enshrined in law in all important industrialised nations.
Those laws reflect values that have been widely accepted. Silentia believes that it is important to endorse those values for simple moral reasons as well as safeguarding the incentive to carry out development. No one would take the risk of high development costs without the possibility of recouping their investment. Modern industrialised society is based on the possibility of protecting your ideas and inventions.
Silentia is a company that is founded on innovation and uniquely designed products. From the very start it has been a company policy to thoroughly protect our intellectual property. This means that Silentia applies for appropriate forms of protection for each product, design, system and trademark, etc., in each country of interest. Such forms of protection can for example include patents, design patents, copyrights and registered trademarks.
Silentia will act against any infringement of its intellectual property. In addition to standard legal procedures Silentia has also developed other courses of action that are designed to get the desired result in each situation. Such actions will of course be based on a moral standpoint and totally within the law.
Silentia acts intentionally to make the direct and indirect cost of infringement of its intellectual property right so high that this will not be a desirable choice. Silentia also respects the intellectual property of others and takes reasonable steps to avoid causing any such infringements.