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01.14.16

La Ofícina Europea de Patentes (OEP) Sigue Completamente Abusiva

Posted in Europe, Patents at 4:43 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Publicado en Europe, Patents at 8:33 am por el Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Calma antes de la tormenta?

A storm

Sumario: En la superficie las cosas parecen calmadas en la OEP, pero detrás de esta fachada hay muchos serios asuntos, cuyos afectados están prohibidos de hablar or comentar acerca de los mismos.

Más tarde hoy revelaremos más material de la OEP que recordará a la gente por que es peligrosa. Toda la gerencia de la OEP trata de arrimárnos la Corte de Patentes Unitarias mientras que los ESCÁNDALOS de la OEP continúan revelándose de acuerdo a esta encuesta de la WIPR:

Eventos en Europe concernientes a la reforma de marcas y la Corte Unitaria de Patentes (UPC) fueron notados por los encuestados como los cambios más importantes.

Al cierre del año la OEP anunció que la patente unitaria estaba ¨legalmente¨ y ¨técnicamente¨ lista para despegar. Sin embargo, estados miembros de la UPC todavía están esperando por la ratificación por el Reino Unido y Alemania (como un número de otros países).

En Mayo la UPC dió un mayor salto adelante después de que España desafió la legalidad del acuerdo fue derribado por la Corte de Justicia de la Unión Europea.

¨La Unión de Empleados de la OEP (SUEPO) resumió su publicación en http://www.suepo.org page,” una persona no dijo (su pagina pública fue renovada después de cuatro semanas). Hay también un (corregida) comunicado de prensa acerca de unas controversiales patentes en tratamientos de cáncer en la OEP. Aparte de eso, la OEP ha estado razonablemente quieta. Ha estado invisible, talves intencionalmente. Los forums de la OEP (basado en software proprietario por su apariencia) que han estado allí por muchos años atrayendo sólo unos cientos de threads so miserablemente promovidas en Twitter esta semana. Es probable que incluso los forums de la SUEPO atrayeron más actividad que los forums de la OEP. Hey incluso los comentarios de IP Kat acerca de la OEP son más frequentes que posting en los forums de la OEP. Cuán patético es eso?

Como comentó IP Kat el otro día:

2016!.. otro año de ¨Espiritu de ´servicio´¨ dentro de batallón de payasos de BB (Benoit Battistelli), grupo amigale al extremo, buscando por casa llena en cada materia, con una complete ausencia de enojo o amargura que pueda malograr su imagen. Un consenso confortable creado alrededor de una ilusión que todos en el batallón tiene una adicción al poder. Alguien lo cuestionó. La victima principal del ¨espiritu de servicio¨ de la OEP, aunque es crítico, deja atrás un tracto sucio de acciones irracionales.

Más tarde hoy vamos a revelar algo nuevo. No hay razón para dejar de criticar a la OEP mientras sus ABUSOS PERSISTAN y no reparaciones o revocaciones han sido hechas todavía.

Algunas veces parece que el bajo perfil es la estrategia de relaciones públicas de la OEP este año de 2016. Esa era la estrategia de la NSA antes que el heroico Snowden revelará un montón de documentos a la prensa.

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