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*[http://techrights.org/2016/05/08/uspto-willful-infringement-of-law/ The USPTO Continues to Snub the US Supreme Court and Issues Software Patents That Are Totally Bogus]
*[http://techrights.org/2016/05/08/uspto-willful-infringement-of-law/ The USPTO Continues to Snub the US Supreme Court and Issues Software Patents That Are Totally Bogus]
*[http://techrights.org/2016/06/21/cuozzo-v-lee-scotus/ Supreme Court on Cuozzo v Lee Another Major Loss for Software Patents in the United States]
*[http://techrights.org/2016/06/21/cuozzo-v-lee-scotus/ Supreme Court on Cuozzo v Lee Another Major Loss for Software Patents in the United States]
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*[http://techrights.org/2017/01/10/trolls-ebbing-away/ With Help From the US Supreme Court (Key Cases), Patent Trolls Are Going Away]

Revision as of 14:34, 10 January 2017

For a number of years SCOTUS has demonstrated that it was unwilling or unable to put an end to software patents, e.g. in the Bilski Case. Later on, in 2014, SCOTUS did the right thing in the Alice case, effectively putting the end/axe to a lot of software patents.

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