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Google Asks USPTO To Reexamine Four Oracle Patents

February 17th, 2011 02:27 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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An anonymous reader writes “Google leaves no stone unturned in its defense against Oracle’s patent and copyright infringement allegations. eWEEK reports on the latest development: Google has asked the USPTO to reexamine four of the seven patents asserted by Oracle. Patent watcher and skeptic Florian Mueller believes ‘the world would be a better place without those virtual machine patents,’ which he considers excessively broad and not really technical inventions. He also reports on a Google letter to the court, asking for permission to file a motion to throw out Oracle’s copyright infringement allegations as soon as possible, without further discovery.”

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