would like to know, is there any way to temporarily patent?
And what does it mean for a concept? 10?
Yes, so you can temporarily protect an idea with a provisional patent. And there's a lot of risks with that it has to be done properly. But a provisional patent gives you 12 months of protection. And you might say, Gosh, 12 months that doesn't seem like temporary. Considering that the full patent protects a utility patent protects you for 20 years. Four months is temporary protection. As far as a concept patent. That's, that's a term that's many times used wrong.
And I've seen that one of the reasons I started the inventors mastermind is I see so many misconceptions out there. You cannot protect just the general concept. You have to include
how to make and use the idea in your patent. So there's no general concept the concept of human flight, for example, that's not what's patented by the Wright Brothers
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