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The US is moving to the UK system, which is eminently more sensible. Showing a product at a trade fair before it is patented puts it in the public domain. Inventors should still not rush to patent, better to hone the invention before patenting. Applying for a US provisional patent is also not the smart thing to do, better to apply for a British patent first then move on to a non-provisional US utility patent a year later. Amazon have a good ebook on DIY patenting online internationally.

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