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==The issues raised==
 
==The issues raised==
  
Scene by scene:
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Roughly in chronological order:
  
Outside the Bilski hearing
 
 
* [[Bilksi]]
 
* [[Bilksi]]
 
* [[Silly patents]] - many would call Bilski's patent, and others mentioned, trivial or silly
 
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* [[Software is math]] (Ben Klemens explains how a "match making" patent, US6,735,568 is just math)
 
* [[Software is math]] (Ben Klemens explains how a "match making" patent, US6,735,568 is just math)
 
* [[USA#Legislation]]
 
* [[USA#Legislation]]
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==The court cases mentioned==
 
==The court cases mentioned==

Revision as of 09:20, 16 April 2010

Patent Absurdity: how software patents broke the system is a half-hour film about software patents, to be published soon.

Contents

The issues raised

Roughly in chronological order:

The court cases mentioned

The cast

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External links

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