Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 20th Nov 2013 18:07 UTC

On Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to consider legislation aimed at reining in abusive patent litigation. But one of the bill's most important provisions, designed to make it easier to nix low-quality software patents, will be left on the cutting room floor. That provision was the victim of an aggressive lobbying campaign by patent-rich software companies such as IBM and Microsoft.

These companies also happen to have the largest lobbying corruption budgets. This is never going to change.

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Comment by Lorin
by Lorin on Thu 21st Nov 2013 05:03 UTC
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Continue taking the jobs offshore and the people will finally stand up and demand change. US courts have no jurisdiction outside that 7 mile limit or is it 11

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