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Patently lame

12 September 2011 By Reynolds Holding

The measure may discourage dodgy filings and square American rules with those abroad. But it hurts small inventors and fails to curb vague and overlapping patents. It’s a blown chance for real reform and probably means more infringement fights for the likes of Google and Apple.

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