What does not belong to the category of traditional intellectual property rights is the right to use, because the right to use is not owned by the obligee, and it may not be the labor achievement created by creative intellectual labor.
Intellectual property, also known as the ownership of knowledge, refers to the exclusive rights enjoyed by the obligee according to law for the achievements created by his intellectual labor and the marks and reputation in his business activities.
According to Article 2 of the World Intellectual Property Organization Convention, "intellectual property" includes the following relevant rights:
1. Literary, artistic and scientific works.
2. Performances by performing artists, as well as records and radio programs.
3. Inventions in all fields of human activity.
4. Scientific discoveries.
5. Industrial design.
6. Trademarks, service marks and trade names and marks.
7. Stop unfair competition.
8. All other rights arising from intellectual creative activities in the fields of industry, science, literature and art.
Main features of intellectual property rights:
1. Intellectual property is a kind of intangible property.
2. Intellectual property has the characteristics of exclusivity.
3. Intellectual property has the characteristics of timeliness.
4. Intellectual property has regional characteristics.
5. The acquisition of most intellectual property rights requires legal procedures. For example, the acquisition of trademark rights needs to be registered.