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Re: [ossig] Software Patents Already In Malaysia?
Yes. Martin Khor from Penang is the more colourful representative from
Malaysia. See this for Martin Khor's papers.
This is his paper on IP issues presented recently...
* INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, COMPETITION AND DEVELOPMENT*
by Martin Khor
This paper examines the relation of intellectual property (IP) with
monopoly and competition, in the development context. It considers the
effects of IP in the special situation of developing countries. It was
presented at a seminar organized by the World Intellectual Property
Organization (WIPO) in May 2005.
jason chong wrote:
> Hey guys, anyone heard of the Third World network ? Apparently it is
> an anti-TRIPs organisation based in Penang, contact person is Cecilia
> Oh. I am not sure how she can play in this, but I think the OSS group
> and Third World network are fighting the same battle. She started
> early and probably may have something that
> could aid the local OSS and anti-software patent cause.
> FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS STATEMENT OR TO SIGN ON, PLEASE CONTACT:
> Cecilia Oh, mailto:email@example.com
> Third World Network http://www.twnside.org.sg/
> Tel: +604-2266159
> Fax: +604-2264505
> These are info I've managed to come up with, anyone of you
> care to get in touch with them ?
> Dr Molly ?
> On 10/16/05, *jason chong* <firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> I mentioned before that Malaysia's Patent law 1983 was modified to
> enable utility patent, which essentially means you can patent a
> method/process which is basically what software patents are all about.
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