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As a general proposition, the term "intellectual property" includes inventions of all descriptions, ideas, know-how, trade secrets, writings, art, audiovisual works, names, and symbols and combinations thereof, which, because of their characteristics, are governed and protected by the body of law of intellectual property. The law of intellectual property includes the law of patents, copyrights, trade secrets and confidential information, trademarks, service marks, and trade names. By enrolling in Baylor University, each student agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of the Intellectual Property Policy of Baylor University. A copy of this policy may be obtained from the link below or the office of the University's chief academic officer.