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    InfoWorld: 7 patent reforms the White House should have proposed
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Friday, June 07, 2013


    An article by Simon Phipps:


    1. Limit the availability of injunctive relief to cases of prima facie willful infringement.
    2. Make it easy for patent licensees to recover their license fees if a patent is invalidated.
    3. Make them last no more than five years, renewable once (maybe, and only if actually used in products).
    4. Make them unenforceable against open standards.
    5. Give immunity to implementations created in clean-room conditions for interoperability.
    6. Consider treating a failure to identify prior art more strictly.
    7. Require sample code to be filed with the patent.


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