Comments for Patently-O https://patentlyo.com America's leading patent law blog Fri, 19 Oct 2018 18:22:31 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 Comment on USPTO Presents: Creepy IP by Bguy https://patentlyo.com/patent/2018/10/uspto-presents-creepy.html#comment-417267 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 18:22:31 +0000 https://patentlyo.com/?p=25140#comment-417267 By the amount of time you spend posting on here, I think you could spare a few minutes! link to cdn.patentlyo.com

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Comment on USPTO Presents: Creepy IP by Bguy https://patentlyo.com/patent/2018/10/uspto-presents-creepy.html#comment-417266 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 18:20:56 +0000 https://patentlyo.com/?p=25140#comment-417266 Remember, old Mal is the guy that admittedly doesn’t know how to book airline tickets online. He still apparently has to go wait in line somewhere to buy them. He has no qualifications to talk on this subject matter.

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Comment on USPTO Presents: Creepy IP by Night Writer https://patentlyo.com/patent/2018/10/uspto-presents-creepy.html#comment-417265 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 18:03:04 +0000 https://patentlyo.com/?p=25140#comment-417265 Trump is scary and there is a chance we are going down a fasc ist road. Pretty scary stuff. But I don’t think it is really relevant to patent law.

I also wish the Democrats would stop making it so easy for the Republicans. The Democrats should figure out business and why patent law is needed. It is hard to vote for a Democrat when you know they are going to trash patent law.

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Comment on USPTO Presents: Creepy IP by Night Writer https://patentlyo.com/patent/2018/10/uspto-presents-creepy.html#comment-417264 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 18:01:33 +0000 https://patentlyo.com/?p=25140#comment-417264 Actually, what you just wrote illustrates how igno rant you are of both patent law and AI.

Too funny. You see you don’t even understand the basic of AI or the basics of patent law. To get you started, please answer the question of why it would be different for information processing than a human?

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Comment on USPTO Presents: Creepy IP by Night Writer https://patentlyo.com/patent/2018/10/uspto-presents-creepy.html#comment-417263 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 17:53:15 +0000 https://patentlyo.com/?p=25140#comment-417263 All that may be true MM, but what has that to do with the price of tea in China?

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Comment on USPTO Presents: Creepy IP by MM https://patentlyo.com/patent/2018/10/uspto-presents-creepy.html#comment-417262 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 17:53:02 +0000 https://patentlyo.com/?p=25140#comment-417262 one day what you do will be done by a computer

LOL

the computer that replaces you isn’t worth a patent.

Hilarious to imagine a future where lawyers are replaced by computers (LOL) but patents (LOL) are still supposed to be worth something substantial. Computer writes the patent, computer examines the patent, computer asserts the patent, and computer judge poofs out an opinion. Fun! I suppose the s00per d00per smart people will just be betting on the outcome from their comfy Martian farm.

Please get a life.

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Comment on Upcoming Patent Law Practice Events with Profs. Crouch and Hricik by Paul Morgan https://patentlyo.com/patent/2018/10/upcoming-patent-practice.html#comment-417261 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 17:42:43 +0000 https://patentlyo.com/?p=25122#comment-417261 Dennis, here is a serious new patent law conundrum for discussion. The PTAB does not have IPR jurisdiction for 112 or indefinite claim issues. Before now, if claim scope could not be resolved as to one or more claims because of claim element ambiguity, the PTAB simply refused to decide those claims, and only decided the others. But SAS now says all contested claims have to be decided. Does that leaves the PTAB with only the option of holding that invalidity has not been proven as to those ambiguous claims, as it just did in one case? But if so, what about estoppel?
If the indefiniteness problem is a means-function claim with no spec enablement, why cannot the PTAB decide that the IPR should proceed on 102 or 103, treating the means-function claim as unlimited in scope by 112 re any prior art literally encompassed by the literal [unlimited] means-function language?

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Comment on USPTO Presents: Creepy IP by MM https://patentlyo.com/patent/2018/10/uspto-presents-creepy.html#comment-417260 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 17:40:09 +0000 https://patentlyo.com/?p=25140#comment-417260 “I don’t want to be callous here, but how traumatizing was it?” Lewis (Repu k k k e – MN) said. “How many women at some point in their life have a man come on to them, place their hand on their shoulder or maybe even their thigh, kiss them, and they would rather not have it happen, but is that really something that’s going to be seared in your memory that you’ll need therapy for?”

“You’ll never get over? It was the most traumatizing experience? Come on! She wasn’t raped,” Lewis added, using a voice mocking an emotionally distraught woman….

Lewis is seeking re-election in Minnesota’s second congressional district, which he narrowly won just two years ago. CNN rates his race a toss up, the most competitive designation.

The comment is just one of many that Lewis made discussing his views on sexual harassment in 2011 in response to the allegations against Cain. He said he viewed sexual harassment law as an assault on First Amendment rights to freedom of speech, calling it “unconstitutional.” Lewis said he did not think off-color comments, jokes and offensive remarks about or to women rose to the level of needing government enforcement.

Do the right thing and get out and vote these sick psych-0 Re p u k k ke @-h0les out of office. Every miserable one of them.

Got a Repu k k ke “friend”? Dump them. Shun them. These people are f@ cking sick.

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Comment on USPTO Presents: Creepy IP by Night Writer https://patentlyo.com/patent/2018/10/uspto-presents-creepy.html#comment-417259 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 17:33:56 +0000 https://patentlyo.com/?p=25140#comment-417259 :)

Definitely Atari Man. Or maybe Alice, Mayo, and Myriad as the boogie man invalidating all the other inventions.

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Comment on USPTO Presents: Creepy IP by Night Writer https://patentlyo.com/patent/2018/10/uspto-presents-creepy.html#comment-417258 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 17:32:18 +0000 https://patentlyo.com/?p=25140#comment-417258 Right MM. He is saying what I’ve been saying for years.

The fact is that the most respected agency in DC, OMB, said there was no troll problem before Obama was bought off by SV.

Just remember MM what you do is information processing and one day what you do will be done by a computer, but somehow—according to the likes of you— the computer that replaces you isn’t worth a patent. How could that be.

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