Some in government are yet again using a tiny private sector problem to allegedly justify a massive government private sector invasion. Proposed is a huge government hammer. To obliterate – a gnat.
The gnat in question is the “patent troll” – a term the Theft Coalition loves (and likely coined). Theft Coalition? These are people who steal intellectual property – and are now looking to have government legalize their heists.
Congress Seeks to Quash Patent Trolls
Congress Must Thwart Patent Trolls, Promote Innovation
Google Eyes New Way to Pick Up Your Patents, Combat Trolls
Ahh Google – an absolutely massive member of the Theft Coalition.
Google May Settle Patent-Abuse Charges
European Commission Warns Google on ‘Patent Abuse’
Microsoft Slams Google for ‘Abusing Patents’ Following Legal Win
Top Patterns of Google Theft
Admitted Pattern of Promoting Online Piracy
Anti-Competitive Pattern of Book Theft
Willful Pattern of Promoting YouTube Video Theft
Willful Pattern of Android Property...
The FCC’s latest legal brief opposing a stay of its Open Internet Order, hurt its legal case more than it helped.
The FCC brief unwittingly: exposed a glaring internal inconsistency with the FCC’s Open Internet Order; spotlighted its arbitrary and capricious decision-making; and exposed a big mistake in its legal strategy.
If the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals panel rules on the legal merits of the industry’s petition, it remains very likely they will grant a...
Based on the latest best arguments this week from both the FCC and broadband petitioners, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals is very likely to partially stay the FCC Open Internet Order’s reclassification of broadband as a Title II service and imposition of a new Internet conduct standard -- in the coming weeks.
That’s because a close comparison of the broadband industry’s latest best arguments in itspetition for a court stay with the FCC’s latest best counter-...
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