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January 23, 2019


...more of the "ping-pong" effects that only go to show that the underlying Supreme Court directions are an example of Common Law that is Void for Vagueness.

One ironic feature of this whole series of comedy of errors is that the Court lambasted "scriviners" while it is their own scrivining that is causing such muckery in the patent law world.

This one is interesting. I can see eligibility as a manufacture. Maybe not as a method.

On the other hand, the game table is critical and I can see copyright as the appropriate protection.

This is not an example of an information invention, per se, IMO.

Your inconsistency has been noted, Mr. Snyder. In choosing to remain silent, your "IMO" is diminished.

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