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October 31, 2007

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"It took the PTO a full five hours, until shortly after 5 pm EDT, to remove this post from its site. And it wasn't until a full hour later, shortly after 6 pm EDT, that the PTO posted a notice regarding the injunction."

Yes, but I'm sure as Lauren Wetzler and Brigid Quinn will be able to so eloquently point out to the judge and the media, the notice went up well before the close of business in California, and well before the close of lunch break (even for non-federal workers) in Hawaii.

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