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"To the extent that this Court does anything other than send a strong message of support for broad Bergy-based standards of patent-eligibility, the message would be transmitted around the world that the United States itself is not living up to the promise of TRIPS Article 27 to provide "patent rights enjoyable without discrimination as to . . . the field of technology[.]" TRIPS Agreement, art. 27(1)."

Good. I hope they cancel that thing. Fast. And stop making ridiculous IP agreements with other countries when we can't even get our lawl settled here.

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