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(==Related pages on {{SITENAME}}== * Alice v. CLS Bank ruling by US Supreme Court on 19 June 2014 * Patentability in the USA after Bilski (about an older decision))
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* [http://www.vox.com/2014/9/12/6138483/software-patents-are-crumbling-thanks-to-the-supreme-court Software patents are crumbling, thanks to the Supreme Court], Sep 2014, '''[Timothy B. Lee]'''
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* [http://www.vox.com/2014/9/12/6138483/software-patents-are-crumbling-thanks-to-the-supreme-court Software patents are crumbling, thanks to the Supreme Court], Sep 2014, '''[[Timothy B. Lee]]'''
 
* [http://ipspotlight.com/2014/11/25/patent-eligibility-after-alice-a-summary-of-decisions-that-found-software-inventions-eligible-for-patenting/ Patent-eligibility after Alice: a summary of decisions that found software inventions eligible for patenting], Nov 2014 plus updates, '''Jim Singer'''
 
* [http://ipspotlight.com/2014/11/25/patent-eligibility-after-alice-a-summary-of-decisions-that-found-software-inventions-eligible-for-patenting/ Patent-eligibility after Alice: a summary of decisions that found software inventions eligible for patenting], Nov 2014 plus updates, '''Jim Singer'''
 
* [https://scholar.google.com/scholar?as_sdt=2003&hl=en&sciodt=2006&cites=7784134755284986738&scipsc= Google Scholar search for cases citing Alice]
 
* [https://scholar.google.com/scholar?as_sdt=2003&hl=en&sciodt=2006&cites=7784134755284986738&scipsc= Google Scholar search for cases citing Alice]

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