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To quote Drum: Over at the Equality of Opportunity Project, a team of researchers has written a new paper that tries to explain some of the root sources of innovation. But then again, as we said at the start, those patents aren’t granted for innovation but for protectionism. Or countries like Switzerland where the HE EXTRAVAGANT troll known as Erich Spangenberg was covered here many times before, e.g. His former troll entity pretty much went out of existence after the patent/s in question got canned. CNBC said yesterday that “patent trolls are digging into the blockchain” — a headline which speaks about a familiar troll who deserves to go bankrupt (ill-gotten wealth). “As bitcoin nears ,000 and other digital currencies experience unprecedented gains, some of the biggest names in the corporate world are seeking patents related to the blockchain — financial companies like Visa, retailers like Walmart and the tech old guard like IBM.In particular, what kinds of kids are likely to become inventors? For an actual understanding of what’s in that study, may we suggest people read the ). And in what likely would cause distress in the open-source movement, in late November one of the business world’s most notorious patent trolls hatched plans to create and amass a trove of blockchain patents.” Then comes the key part: “Erich Spangenberg, who became notorious in Silicon Valley for challenging tech patents, has put together a new group to unlock the value in blockchain IP.The EPO has just retweeted UPC accounts that are promoting the EPO’s ‘study’, which is actually UPC advocacy/lobbing disguised as ‘research’. BPTO (Brazil), according to a post from this afternoon, considers making the terrible mistakes that INPI made by generally approving virtually every patent application.Is the EPO working for the litigation ‘industry’ now? Given the Office’s disdain for actual facts, justice and science (Battistelli fails on all three), it’s not hard to guess. “The emergency procedure would grant 230,000 pending applications unless patent owners opt out,” wrote.The researchers study this by looking at patent applications and then linking the names with a tax database in order to tease out the demographics of children who grow up to become inventors. It certainly seems like many people distort it for their own purposes/agenda/lobbying. Spangenberg wrote in a recent blog post, “The financial press is having fun talking about Bitcoin, but another important story that gets less attention is the technology underlying Bitcoin called ‘blockchain.’”” of court.I’m not 100 percent convinced that patent applications are a good way of measuring innovation, but it’s a start. It doesn’t matter where really; software patents, especially in the financial domain, are the most fragile of all.Jenis Plastik semacam ini lebih kuat dan ringan dengan daya tembus uap yang rendah dan biasanya digunakan untuk botol minum bayi. PS atau Poly Styrene merupakan Jenis Plastik yang digunakan untuk tempat minum atau makanan sekali pakai.Summary: Benoît Battistelli’s endless bullying of critics (even outside the Office) has not ended; the extremely weak response from the Administrative Council of the European Patent Organisation serves to show that it is still largely complicit YESTERDAY’S report from the Administrative Council (AC) of the European Patent Organisation was very disappointing as it misrepresented the legal situation of Patrick Corcoran, a besieged judge who inadvertently helped demonstrate just how messed up or shambolic the EPO has become (by virtue of becoming Battistell’s scapegoat).
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Yesterday “Bluefin Announce[d] the Issuance of their First Japanese Patent,” but this one too is financial.
Patents like this one are hard to enforce (even in courts in Japan these days), so these are more like ‘trophy’ patents or something one uses to intimidate rather than sue companies.