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American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) is an actively pro-software-patent group.

In the in re Bilski case, they filed a brief arguing against narrowing subject matter.[1]

AIPLA publishes information about, among other things, the status of software and business method patents in various countries. For each region discussed, they claim that software patents are available and valid. Given their pro-swpat agenda, the information they publish should be read cautiously.

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