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Re: [ossig] Patent Covers at al
There you have it, software patent samples in Singapore, re-worded and patented under the general patent law.
What's ridiculous is that you have to PAY those retards in the government to know about the details of the patent.
It's almost like they wish you will step on some patents.
Folks, we have a minefield here that is gonna explode in Malaysia. Time
to move your asses before it's too late. The patent law itself in it's
current state is perfectly capable of being twisted to suit the agenda
of patent trolls and lawyers who're out to make more money from patent
applications. This is not a joke. Patent holders can claim that you
infringe on their 'method/process' in ANY field you're in, from
software to engineering to medicine to agriculture.
I will NOT be surprised that a little bit of undertable money can speed
up certain patent applications. You folks have been warned. Be very
On 10/3/05, Chang Sau Sheong <email@example.com> wrote:
I spoke with IPOS before on software patents, and they don't have a
clue on what software is :) Apparently the law doesn't really care
about whether it is software or not, as long as the basics of patents
are followed. If you search the patent library in IPOS itself you'd
find some software patents.
A quick search on the ePatents website on the word 'software' in the
title of the patent reveals 141 patents. Now I don't know how many of
these are really software patents but a sample of such is like this: