Judge Lucy Koh, an American judge with Korean heritage, throws out patent claims on haptic feedback approaches and Samsung, Korea's largest technology firm, is being dragged to court in China over haptic feedback approaches
The US political system, in spite of its many flaws, steps in to defend the Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB) from the "scam" which is passage of patents to tribes that have nothing to do with these patents (for the sake of immunity/protection from scrutiny)
The patent microcosm is attempting to buy laws that supersede the US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) and remove/weaken U.S.C. § 101 as well as PTAB while their blogs and sponsored 'articles' serve as lobbying vehicles
#watchtroll Wednesday: "Court upheld the constitutionality of inter partes review (IPR) a little more than a year ago in Oil States, several patent owners [sic]have brought other constitutional challenges to America Invents Act (AIA)" Keep dreaming.
#watchtroll on #copyright #law this afternoon: "As an author and computer programmer, I find that many of my colleagues misunderstand these rights and the protections that they afford." So why promote #swpats also?
#watchtroll this year is still moaning like in past years, but the audience shrank. it's only when they attack the law and judges, courts etc. that people pay attention and respond. Because these people disregard law and fairness.
With many patent trolls out there (Microsoft’s Intellectual Ventures alone has thousands of them) it’s not at all clear how Microsoft can honestly claim to have reached a “truce”; OIN deals with issues which last manifested/publicly revealed themselves a decade ago (Microsoft suing directly, not by