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February 02, 2021


Your subtitle ("Signal Processing Claims for Decrypting Encrypted Information Found Patent Ineligible") needs correcting.

I wonder if Apple should be sanctioned for advancing an argument as controlling law that is not controlling law (cases subsequent to IV and Digitech provide that claims only manipulating data may indeed be eligible).

Thanks for both of the fixes (the magistrate opinion link also now works).

An interesting attempt there -- law of the case...

Would be interested to see the arguments attempted by Apple in its motion for summary judgment.

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