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* [[Diamond v. Diehr (1981, USA)]]
* [[Parker v. Flook (1978, USA)]]
* [[Gottschalk v. Benson (1972, USA)]]
* [[In re Alappat (1994, USA)]]
* [[State Street v. Signature Group (1999, USA)]]
* [[In re Bilski (2008, USA)]]
* [[Bilski v. Kappos (2009, USA)]]
==The cast==
==The cast==

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Patent Absurdity: how software patents broke the system is a half-hour film about software patents, published on the 16th of April, 2010.


The issues raised

Roughly in chronological order:

The court cases mentioned

(see also: Case law in the USA)

The cast

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