USPTO report shows growing support for changes to 101, but also reflects shift in patent reform debate 27 Jul 17
On Tuesday the USPTO published its report on views and recommendations from the public on patent eligible subject matter. The 60-page tome, which goes through the litany of recent changes to section 101 of the US patent statute and details contributions made at the series of public consultations that the agency has carried out over the last year, has much that would be familiar to any keen patent market watcher.
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