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Microsoft's TomTom patents posted for patent review

Open Invention Network (OIN) announced that three of the eight patents cited in Microsoft's lawsuit against TomTom have been posted for prior art review by the Linux community. The evidence is being compiled to convince the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office that the patents are invalid.
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GPL in the cloud: The market doesn't care

Article Source The Open Road
April 17, 2009, 12:55 pm

If the market's response to the Affero GPL is any indication, I was 100 percent wrong to suggest that open source would suffer without c...

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Should an Open Source Licence Ever Be Patent-Agnostic?

Article Source Linux Journal
April 9, 2009, 2:43 am

Sharing lies at the heart of free software, and drives much of its incredible efficiency as a development methodology. It means that coders do not have to re-invent the wheel, but can borrow from pre-existing programs. Software patents, despite their name, are about locking down knowledge so t...

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RIAA: Who are the pirates? Free and uncut!

There is a scene in the movie "Men in Black" where Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith are at the alien receiving center, in the alien technologies room. Tommy Lee Jones is showing Smith these new technologies and he picks up what looks like a one-inch-in-diameter CD-ROM for playing music and says, "I guess I'll have to buy the Beatles' White Album again."

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