Friday, August 19, 2011

Bogus patents as being mere 'mental processes' could be reviewed

According to a news from Techdirt, the courts are now more open in rejecting software patents as being mere 'mental processes'. If Section 101 is to be considered, several bogus patents already patented or pending approval would have gotten rejected.

This is great! We should never let bogus patents stifle innovation. It seems everyone is infringing one another and in the end, lawyers are the one left laughing away.

» Court Ruling Opens The Door To Rejecting Many Software Patents As Being Mere 'Mental Processes' | Techdirt

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