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March 19, 2018


It is gratifying to see that US judges are waking up to the issue of conflict of powers and the need not to rewrite the judicial framework established by Congress.

Patent eligible? - Yes.
Patentable? - No.

Too bad eyetalk365 is stealing from revolutionary concepts Inc shareholders and the SEC is heavily investigating the company because Solomon rc Ali is a major fraud con artist

"the Court noted that the best test for abstractness under the first Alice Corp. step is whether the invention can be practiced entirely in the mind of a sufficiently intelligent person."

Not sure where the Court says that is the "best" test, or even a preferred test. It is but one test...

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