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Re: Freetards lost badly in Bilski


From: RayLopez99
Subject: Re: Freetards lost badly in Bilski
Date: Wed, 08 Dec 2010 15:57:03 -0000
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On Jun 29, 2:05 pm, Alexander Terekhov <address@hidden> wrote:
> Like many other critics of the patentability of software, I hoped that
> the Supreme Court would not only uphold the decision of the previous
> instance (the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit), which had
> declared the claimed "invention" ineligible for patentability: that was
> widely expected. This case would also have been a splendid opportunity
> for the Supreme Court to draw a line and establish a reasonably
> restrictive set of rules that would either do away with many business
> method patents or, ideally, go even further and up the ante for software
> patent applications.
>
> Unfortunately, the Supreme Court delivered an opinion that doesn't help
> the cause of partial or complete abolition of software patents at all.

Justice has prevailed, if this clown is disappointed by Bilski.  Note
the .de foreign (German) domain.  A God-damn foreigner displeased by
US IP law.  Smells like victory to me.

RL

RL


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