Saturday, March 29, 2014

NY Times on Alice v. CLS Bank: The Supreme Court should make clear that nobody should be allowed to claim a monopoly over an abstract idea simply by tying it to a computer.

In an editorial Abstract Ideas Don't Deserve Patents, the New York Times suggests that the Supreme Court should find against the validity of the Alice patent.

An article in Forbes includes the text:

We want to have patent protection that is strong enough to encourage more invention but not one that is strong enough to deter further invention or innovation. The Tabarrok Curve is simply a graphical representation of this point. And Tabarrok’s argument is that we’re at the wrong point on the curve.

On images of invention, note the post related to Apple v. Samsung Samsung objects to U.S. patent video for jurors because it depicts Apple devices


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