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Note that ITC grants injunctions on basis of public interest, not equity | 282 comments | Create New Account
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Note that ITC grants injunctions on basis of public interest, not equity
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, March 14 2013 @ 07:23 AM EDT
"In consequence, the constant necessity to keep "inventing
around" patents granted to competitors generates more useful
discoveries and innovation. (Note that I am simply stating
here that this is the rationale that patent lawyers, judges
and professors adopt with regard to the purposes of patent
law. I am not suggesting that this is my own view, or that
it is universally applicable.)"

And they can keep a straight face while saying it? I think
they are on drugs.

In other news:
- traffic hazards make streets more safe, because the skills
drivers learn to avoid accidents make them better drivers.
- obesity leads to healthier lifestyles, because obese
people are forced to adopt better diets and exercise more so
they can lose weight.
- criminals make society safer, because they lead to
improvements in law enforcement.

We might as well go straight to "War is Peace", "Freedom is
Slavery", and "Ignorance is Strength"

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