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7. Re: Saturday Legal Briefs Oct 14, 2012, 10:54 Bhruic
 
RailWizard wrote on Oct 14, 2012, 01:11:
Well I'd blame this on the US, but then again Ontario is pretty much USA the 3rd, so guess it's not so far off....

Coming from someone from Alberta, that is very amusing.
 
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6. Re: Saturday Legal Briefs Oct 14, 2012, 02:54 OldTimber
 
Filing 2 patents. First one on the process of entering alphanumeric values on a min-maximum character-based input field while the second covers interactions with a fixed amount of fields containing predefined alphanumeric values via a touch device or mechanical clicking device as displayed on a screen of varying sizes.

Also know as patenting forum posts....enjoy
 
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5. Re: Saturday Legal Briefs Oct 14, 2012, 01:11 RailWizard
 
Well I'd blame this on the US, but then again Ontario is pretty much USA the 3rd, so guess it's not so far off....  
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4. Re: Saturday Legal Briefs Oct 13, 2012, 22:07 Kitkoan
 
Cutter wrote on Oct 13, 2012, 18:36:
How the fuck do patent something as esoteric as a look or feel? This may possible fall under copyright or trademark law but it sure as shit isn't patentable. I hope Digital River appeals this. They only lost because it's the same old east Texas bullshit.

I have a feeling Apples lawsuit against Samsung helped this. The heart of the case was "look and feel"
 
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3. Re: Saturday Legal Briefs Oct 13, 2012, 18:36 Cutter
 
How the fuck do patent something as esoteric as a look or feel? This may possible fall under copyright or trademark law but it sure as shit isn't patentable. I hope Digital River appeals this. They only lost because it's the same old east Texas bullshit.
 
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2. Re: Saturday Legal Briefs Oct 13, 2012, 17:05 Ozmodan
 
Software patents are illegal, the supreme court has said so. I would fight any software patent, because it is just a mathematical formula which is NOT patentable.  
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1. Re: Saturday Legal Briefs Oct 13, 2012, 16:48 Creston
 
I'm going to file a patent on "suing for patent infringement." I'll be rich!

Creston
 
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