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Patently-O is the patent blog of Dennis Crouch, a law professor (and previously a patent lawyer). A minority of posts are by guest authors.

The blog is not against software patents, but is also not rampantly pro-swpat, and has allowed anti-swpat articles to be published as guest posts.

The quality of information is very good and so en.swpat.org includes a lot of links to Patently-O and reading it is recommended for it's technical quality.

In September 2014, a few months after the US Supreme Court's Alice ruling, Crouch suggested amending the US patent law by adding a final line: "Patent eligibility extends to the full extent permitted by the Constitution."[1]

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  1. http://patentlyo.com/patent/2014/09/amending-101.html

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