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Chinese Patents
Authored by: Tkilgore on Saturday, November 24 2012 @ 06:29 PM EST
What I said, without going into detail.

But you (and also the panelist who mentioned that foreign companies have been
for quite some time filing for a huge number of US patents) did not mention the
other thing that I mentioned, that foreign companies are buying up US companies,
and when a company is bought, its patent portfolio is bought, too.

> The US has been the leading country in pushing for stronger patent laws,
under the impression that the US would own all the patents and the rest of the
world would pay "rent" to the US. It's easy to see that nothing could
be further from the truth. In reality, the Chinese are the ones who will own all
the patents, and before long Americans will be able to do nothing without paying
someone in China for the privilege.

Indeed. And not just for the reason you (and the panelist) mentioned, but for
the reason I mentioned, too.

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Chinese Patents - the LeMay solution
Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, November 25 2012 @ 10:17 PM EST
I don't see the problem. They get too many patents,
all we have to do is bomb them back into the stone
age. Thanks to Curtis LeMay for *that* idea.

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