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Timothy B. Lee on software patents

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Timothy B. Lee is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute.[1]

He writes a lot of patent articles for Ars Technica, and sometimes opinion pieces for forbes.com.

Lee appears in the film Patent Absurdity.

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