|Authored by: PolR on Tuesday, July 24 2012 @ 01:30 PM EDT|
|you have said:
Of course its different. There is a new icon on the
I tell you not every difference make a new machine.
Arguing that it is different does not suffice.
If you insist that
for some reason that the assertion that a million different
involved must be maintained for some logical consistency, fine, as
the owner of
each of those million machines you are infringing as each one
contributes to the
infringement or because the million machines in combination
are an equivalent to
the claimed machine and encompassed by the claim.
I say that on
the contrary none of these machines infringe because none of them execute all
the steps of the software method. They all cease to exist and are replaced by
the next machine upon executing the next instruction.
The point is you need
to show more than there is a difference to show a new machine is made. Computers
can become different in ways that don't make a new machine.
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