03.25.11

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ES: La Extorsión De Patentes Todavía es La Estrategia Primaria Anti-Linux de Microsoft, lo Demuestran Nuevos Pleitos Judiciales

Posted in GNU/Linux, Google, Microsoft, Patents at 3:11 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

¿Donde estamos en esta Jihad?

- Bill Gates

Ballmer on patents
Original cartoon

(ODF | PDF | English/original)

Resumen: Microsoft demanda a tres más compañías por usar el basado en Linux Android, mientras que en re Bilski según se informa invalida demandas de las patente del sistema informático.

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MI conexión a internet alámbrica se debe arreglar mañana a medianoche, pero no hay un momento incluso para reclinarse antes del matón desgraciado, inmoral que está intentando hacer el dinero fuera de la competición. Microsoft quisiera que el mundo supiera que posee el Android y cualquier usuario Android debe pagar algunas patentes desconocidas aunque incluso no sean válidas fuera de los Estados Unidos y nunca fueron traídas realmente a la corte, (todo comenzó con el reparto secreto de patentes de Novell en 2006). Como el caso Motorola demuestra[http://techrights.org/wiki/index.php/Motorola], Microsoft quiere evitar que tales casos dejen el Android y Linux en el claro, así que pone montones de munición, intentando llevarlos a arreglos judiciales misteriosos. Es la táctica de SCO, pero este vez Microsoft está litigando directamente algo que los que lo hacen ya. Barnes & Noble, Foxconn, e Inventec probablemente rechazaron pagar a Microsoft, así que el monopolista arrogante está demandando, como si él poseyera la industria entera, incluso su competición que se basa en el software Free/Libre, donde las patentes se consideran derecho como antitéticas. Microsoft está demandando a las tres compañías simultáneamente (o por lo menos anunciándolo de este modo), que los medios están intentando presionarlos bajo las cuotas/carga legales[http://www.microsoft.com/Presspass/press/2011/mar11/03-21CorpNewsPR.mspx] y asustar a cualquiera otro quién utiliza Linux en un dispositivo. Aquí está el FUD de Microsoft:

Microsoft Corp. archivó hoy demandas legales en la Comisión de Comercio Internacional y la Corte del Distrito de los E.E.U.U. del Districto Occidental de Washington contra el Barnes & Noble, Inc. y sus fabricantes de dispositivos, Foxconn International Holdings Ltd. e Inventec Corporation, por el incumplimiento de Patente por sus dispositivos basados en Android del lector-electrónico y de Tabletas que se ponen bajo marca de Barnes & Noble.

Ésta es lenguaje de lujo para chantajear [1[http://techrights.org/2007/06/08/shuttleworth-on-racketeering/], 2[http://techrights.org/2009/07/17/racketeering-melco-microsoft/], 3[http://techrights.org/2009/12/29/microsoft-extortion-software-patents/], 4[http://techrights.org/2009/07/24/red-hat-on-microsoft-two-face/], 5[http://techrights.org/2009/09/08/staples-employees-anti-linux/], 6[http://techrights.org/2009/07/01/patent-racketeering-myhrvold/], 7[http://techrights.org/2008/02/22/open-for-patents/]], intentando hacer que la mafia parezca un club de caballeros, como de costumbre. Microsoft Florian esta jubiloso acerca de ello, como de costumbre (las celebraciones en su blog, sus clientes deben ser felices!). ¿Pero Microsoft continuará diciendo a los crédulos que ama al códiog abierto, correcto? La OSI no lo cree así[http://techrights.org/2011/03/20/open-source-initiative-on-ms_es/].

Para terminar esto con un tono menos negativo, hay buenas noticias[http://www.patentlyo.com/patent/2011/03/bilski-applied-to-invalidate-computer-system-claims.html] sobre el caso de Bilski, que ahora invalida “demandas del sistema informático”. Para cotizar la fuente primaria, en una opinión interesante, la juez Rosemary Collyer de la Corte del Distrito del D.C. ha decidido que la Alice Corp. cuatro patentes inválidas, bajo la 35 U.S.C. § 101 por el no poder demandar el tema patentable. Este caso se puede ver como fluyendo de la decisión reciente del Tribunal Supremo en Bilski v. Kappos, 130 S. Ct. 3218 (2010).

Esto esperamos valide nuestro enfoque en los temas de patentes y en Microsoft, que es muy único a este respecto.

Esto no el primer tal ejemplo en que Re Bilski mate este CII-tipo de patentes. Aquí está un ejemplo que cubrimos[http://techrights.org/2009/07/11/in-re-bilski-vs-software-patent/]. Por una parte, Microsoft ha estado intentando contaminar Europa con patentes del software, como demostramos por último la otra noche[http://techrights.org/2011/03/18/lobbying-for-the-european-patent_es/]. Vea el nuevo tweet que dice: “algoritmos , #assuch yay http://j.mp/eTsswT del #swpat · @EPOorg del RT: Trabajos del examinador de la patente en el EPO: www.epo.org/examiner-fields[http://twitter.com/jmcesteves/statuses/49801783790403584]”

Este cabildeo implacable de Microsoft está intentando hacer las patentes de software globales, daña no sólo a Linux pero sobre todo a cualquier compañía que desarrolle o aún utilice software. Por lo que respecta a Microsoft, el mundo entero puede ser destrozado si es provechoso para Microsoft. La última historia nos enseña que a porqué Linux está ganando (Microsoft no puede competir limpiamente), pero las patentes del software son un ELEMENTO INJUSTO DE LA INDUSTRIA DE LOS E.E.U.U. – un elemento que deba ser eliminado. Además, demuestra que Microsoft no es más una empresa productora, es apenas un parásito cuál merece arruinarse inmediatamente, simplemente como SCO. Esto esperamos valide nuestro enfoque en los temas de patentes y en Microsoft, que es muy único a este respecto.

Translation produced by Eduardo Landaveri, the esteemed administrator of the Spanish portal of Techrights.

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