If patents stifle software innovation, what do Europeans and Asians get that Americans don't? 08 Oct 12
Joff Wild Having discovered, rather belatedly, a few weeks ago that there is an evolving market for patents out there, the New York Times has returned to the subject again with a long article entitled The Patent, Used as a Sword. It’s actually a very good, well-balanced piece and certainly worth the time it will take to read it. You will not agree with...
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