Software Patents in Europe

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*[http://techrights.org/2020/07/19/epo-software-patentability/ The Enlarged Board of Appeal Cannot Independently Rule on the Matter of Software Patentability]
*[http://techrights.org/2020/07/18/software-guru-campinos/ Marks & Clerk Reveals That António Campinos, With Zero Experience in Software, is Lobbying Judges (Who Are Supposed to be Independent But Are Actually Controlled by Him) to Open the Floodgates to Illegal Software Patents]
*[http://techrights.org/2020/07/18/software-guru-campinos/ Marks & Clerk Reveals That António Campinos, With Zero Experience in Software, is Lobbying Judges (Who Are Supposed to be Independent But Are Actually Controlled by Him) to Open the Floodgates to Illegal Software Patents]
*[http://techrights.org/2020/06/14/hey-hi-magic/ Using 'Hey Hi' (AI) and Mindless Buzzwords to Spread Confusion and Blur the Gap Between Computer-Generated Patents and Patents on Algorithms]
*[http://techrights.org/2020/06/14/hey-hi-magic/ Using 'Hey Hi' (AI) and Mindless Buzzwords to Spread Confusion and Blur the Gap Between Computer-Generated Patents and Patents on Algorithms]

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Several large companies that include Microsoft, IBM, Philips and Nokia have been lobbying the European Parliament and the EPO for software patents in Europe. This poses a threat to Free/libre software and we've covered this in the posts beneath.

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