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IP Policy

Intellectual Property by Otti

At Otti, we are committed to protecting and respecting intellectual property rights. This IP (Intellectual Property) Policy outlines our approach to safeguarding our intellectual property, including original frameworks, learning solutions, and other original creations developed by Otti.

What is Intellectual Property?

As defined by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), Intellectual Property (IP) refers to creations of the mind that are legally recognised and protectable. These creations include new product ideas, new ways of doing things, distinctive business signs, attractive designs, and creations such as music, songs, paintings, and sculptures. Unlike physical objects, intellectual creations can be intangible, as we cannot touch or see the idea or knowledge behind a product. IP laws grant tangibility rights to innovators and creators, allowing them to have control over how others use and benefit from their creations.

Our Trademarks:

The trademarks, logos, and images you see on our website(s) are owned by Otti. These distinctive marks represent our brand and the quality of our services. Without obtaining our written permission, you are not allowed to reproduce, display, or use Otti's trademarks, logos, or images.

Copyright Policy:

All the content, materials, and resources on our website(s) and associated platforms are protected by copyright laws. This means that you cannot copy, distribute, modify, or use any of our copyrighted materials without our explicit permission. If you would like to use our content, please reach out to us and we will consider your request.

Terms of Use:

By accessing and using our website(s) and associated platforms, you agree to adhere to the following terms:

  • You may view, download, and print content from our website(s) solely for personal, non-commercial use.

  • You are not allowed to modify, reproduce, distribute, or exploit our content for any commercial purposes without obtaining our written permission.

  • Please refrain from engaging in unauthorised activities on our website(s), such as unauthorised access or data scraping, that could disrupt its functionality or compromise its security.

  • The use of our website(s) for any illegal or prohibited activities, including the infringement of intellectual property rights, is strictly prohibited.

​​Consequences of Violating IP Rights:

Violation of intellectual property (IP) rights can have serious legal and financial consequences. At Otti, we are committed to protecting our IP and will take all necessary measures to enforce our rights. This includes initiating legal proceedings such as filing lawsuits to defend our IP.  Individuals or entities found guilty of IP infringement may face financial liability, responsible for covering damages, lost profits, and legal expenses resulting from their actions.


Furthermore, IP infringement can have a detrimental impact on the infringer's reputation, brand integrity, and relationships with customers. These consequences can extend far beyond immediate financial penalties, affecting the long-term success of their business. 

We place great emphasis on the significance of respecting IP rights as a means to cultivate a culture of innovation, integrity, and ethical business practices. By respecting and upholding IP rights, we collectively contribute to an environment that fosters creativity, encourages fair competition, and promotes the growth of industries built on trust and respect.


Changes to IP Policy:

We reserve the right to change our IP policy from time to time. 

The most recent version of the IP policy was published on 28th June 2023.

Contact Information:

If you have any questions about Otti's intellectual property or would like to request permission to use our intellectual property (including trademarks, logos, images, and other copyrighted content), please feel free to reach out to us. You can contact us at

Please note that this IP Policy is intended to provide a simple and easily understood explanation of Otti's approach to intellectual property. For more comprehensive legal advice or specific inquiries, we recommend consulting with a legal professional to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

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