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Ridiculous Software Patents: a Developer’s Nemesis

March 29th, 2011 03:47 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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StormDriver writes “Have you ever thought about patenting a pop up note, an online poll, a leaderboard in an online game, or a system where you open apps by clicking icons? I have some bad news for you – it’s impossible. Not because the claim is stupid, it’s just that all of those things are already patented. And it’s all fun and factoids, until one day you find yourself in the role of a software start-up.”

Source: Ridiculous Software Patents: a Developer’s Nemesis

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