Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Center for Patent Policy: an alternative viewpoint in the patent reform debate

from Market Wire: A new public policy institution in Washington, D.C., called the Center for Patent Policy (www.patentpolicy.org), will study the future of patents and patent administration in the U.S.

"The Internet Age has accelerated patent filings and subsequently has created a vibrant set of new issues and policy questions that are being debated about new patents," comments Glen Kotapish, president of the Center for Patent Policy (CPP). Kotapish continues, "Can patents be too broad? What patents related to DNA should people be allowed to own? Are software patents too ambiguous? The mission of CPP is to objectively analyze each of these issues, and make policy recommendations in the best interest of all parties, particularly U.S. economic interests."


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