Copyrights are unquestionably the least appreciated form of intellectual property. If we were in high school, patents would be the popular kids, trademarks would be the athletes, trade secrets would be the computer experts and gamers, but what about copyrights? Invisible, ignored, disrespected. But they shouldn’t be. They have value. They have purpose. And with the emergence and growth of the Internet, copyrights are beginning to climb the popularity ladder.