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ES: Maniobras de Microsoft En La Era de las Patentes De Software

Revés para el Troll de Patentes Microsoft con el yate Masivo

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(ODF | PDF | English/original) Resumen: La movida de patentes Linux hostil de Microsoft y nuevos debates sobre la patentabilidad del software.

HEMOS oído rumores que dicen que Estados Unidos puede ser el nuevo centro de Nokia, que es una empresa finlandesa casi 150 años de edad. No hay riesgo de que Microsoft podría 'tirar de un CPTLN[]' de Nokia y luego utilizar las patentes de Nokia Nokia contra aquellos a quienes alguna vez trabajó junto (por ejemplo, Linux). De acuerdo con documentos presentados ante la SEC de Novell[], BlackRock es un gran accionista de Novell y "BlackRock, es también el mayor accionista de Apple", escribe Groklaw, "en el 5,5%. Apple está también en uno de los miembros del consorcio Microsoft organizados que buscan comprar patentes de Novell, CPTLN. Blackrock posee acciones de Microsoft, así, a pesar de que redujo su participación en noviembre a casi el 5% "para un rápido recordatorio sobre CPTLN, consulte el siguiente.:

* CPTLN Muestra Microsoft convertirse en un agitador de Patentes Al igual que Kodak, cuyo tiempo pasó[] * Ejecutar Microsoft-Retiros Cartel de Patentes Después de denuncia oficial, pero ¿Por qué? (Actualizado)[] * Cartel de Microsoft de Patentes (CPTLN) Dodge Oficina Federal de Cárteles de Alemania[] * Orndorff Benjamín de Microsoft / Gates y Ellis Representa el Cartel CTPN Patentes[] * OIN es muy diferente de CPTLN y Riesgo UNIX es Revisited[] * En defensa de la OIN y Android[] * SCO, CPTLN, y UNIX[] * De las Batallas UNIX a las Batallas NET[] * Fundación para el Software Libre en la Declaración de Microsoft/Novell/Ataque de Patentes CPTLN contra la Libertad de Software[] * Un Punto de vista Paralegal en las últimas de Microsoft contra Google (y la Lucha contra el software libre)[] Oracle y Microsoft estan juntos en CPTLN y tienen un nuevo obstáculo a su complot contra Android, sugiere que este artículo sobre el caso Uniloc[]:
Bajo la regla del valor total, titular de una patente podrá reclamar daños y perjuicios basada en el valor de un aparato entero cuando la invención patentada no es más que un solo componente, si se cumplen tres condiciones: (1) el componente de infracción debe ser la base para la demanda de los clientes para la máquina completa, incluyendo las partes más allá de la invención reivindicada; (2) los componentes de la infracción y no infractores deben ser vendidos como una unidad funcional o ser partes de una máquina completa, y el individuo (3) la infracción y no infractores componentes debe ser análoga a un único funcionamiento de la unidad.
"Si yo fuera de Oracle", escribe Groklaw, "Yo estaría preocupado acerca de esto con respecto a los litigios en contra de Google. Y si yo fuera Paul Allen, estaría aún más preocupado. " Traul Allen y otros amigos de Microsoft ha estado tratando de extorsionar a los usuarios de Android. El Sr. Allen se dedica a alabarse a sí mismo[] en este momento, mientras que de hecho se está maliciosos y codiciosos. Más en Groklaw, su caso ha sido analizado desde el verano pasado y para citar algunos de los últimos argumentos de Groklaw: "Techdirt presentó una pareja muy buena de comentarios sobre las patentes y, de hecho las patentes de software son el mayor problema de trabajo en contra de la innovación en la tecnología. Pero me preocupa mucho también acerca de la DMCA, porque hace que sea muy peligroso hacer la investigación sobre seguridad. Espero que en algún momento alguien se daría cuenta de que, de preferencia antes de que sea un grave problema de seguridad para los EE.UU. ". "He aquí una idea", escribe Groklaw en otra ocasión: "Usted se deshace de las patentes de software, y su problema de cartera está resuelto." El Churchill Club Gran Debate se centrará en la patentabilidad del software el próximo miércoles (16 de febrero de 2011). La FSF estará allí[] y la cobertura está garantizada a seguir. █ Many thanks to Eduardo Landaveri of the Spanish portal of Techrights.

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