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Description Picture of a Peruvian Tumi purchased in 2007. Picture taken and posted by the owner of the Tumi, Michael Diaz. The Tumi will be donated to the Virginia Tech multicultural center.
Date 6 May 2007, 16:37 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was Mikediaz at en.wikipedia
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There are some court cases related to threshold of originality in Peru. According to resolution No. 0286-1998/TPI-INDECOPI (also 1349-2001/TPI-INDECOPI), Indecopi states a work requires that the creation to have a subjective originality, provided that it is obtained in an artistic, literary or scientific manner. This must be the author's own and excludes cultural heritage (including folkloric, administrative or judicial origin), mechanisms of a technical nature (architectural standards), mere nature of things (trivial writings), simple instructions (ingredients) or manual utilitarian processes (as typefaces). Therefore, the originality threshold is high for logos and other simple designs. See COM:CRT/Peru#Threshold of originality for more information.

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