What is the difference between licensed, trademarked and copyrighted properties?

You are right, intellectual properties are classified based on the type of work you are trying to protect.

Copyright—Literature, art, music, and other forms of artistic expression.

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Trademarks—Logos, symbols, and even words that represent a business or entity.

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Licensing—This is when the owner of protected intellectual property gives permission to others to use, distribute or sell it.

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