Patent Reform or Patent Ripoff?
A groundswell of grassroots conservative activists and Tea Party members are alerting members of Congress to the dangers of patent legislation which will soon come to a vote in the House. Even highly respected scholars of the Hoover Institution have weighed in heavily against the bill and the negative impact it will have on the freedom and prosperity of the American people. No matter how | Read More »
What you need to know about Patent Reform . . . and Fast
Patent Reform legislation has already passed the Senate. It has been marked-up in the House Judiciary Committee, and if the patriots don’t engage soon, the bill will pass the House by our nation’s birthday. It could be as early as this Thursday. Unfortunately, many activists do not understand or fully appreciate the implications and dangers of the bill. In short, the bill is a radical | Read More »
Stop the Patent Ripoff bill
The patent bill now pending in Congress would change the basic standard for patent ownership, which has been in place since our Constitution was written. The American system has insisted that patents be given to the inventors. The European system bestows the ownership of a new technology to the first entity to file a patent. The authors of the pending legislation are now denying that this is such a major change, but if that’s so, why is making this change a major goal of their legislation?
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