Google, Canon and the other LOT Network founders deserve high praise for their new initiative 10 Jul 14
Thanks to information provided by the License On Transfer Network (LOTNet), I now understand that patent assertion entities want to make money; they “clearly seek to generate a return by enforcing patent rights against operating companies”, LOTNET explains. “They acquire patents from other companies and are motivated by profit.” Whoever would have thought it - commercial enterprises interested in generating a return? Heaven forbid that LOTNet’s current members – Google, Asana, Dropbox, Canon, Newegg, Pure Storage and SAP – are ever guided by such base principles.
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