“It would call Thomas Edison a patent troll…”

http://qctimes.com/news/local/government-and-politics/elections/fiorina-draws-on-business-experience-at-iowa-fair-appearance/article_076d84ee-1834-5a6d-8c5c-40db532afbe2.html

Some of the questions fit into Fiorina’s background in business. She said she opposes a bill in Congress that would address patent reform, saying it represents more government overreach.

“It would call Thomas Edison a patent troll,” Fiorina said. “The answer right now is innovation, not regulation.”

She is correct. All these bills do is make it easier for Chinese and large multinationals to rob and crush their small American competitors. Just because they call it “reform” doesn’t mean it is. What is needed is real reform that strengthens inventors rights -not weakens them.

The patent system now teeters on the brink of lawlessness. Call it what you will…patent hoarder, patent troll, non-practicing entity, shell company, etc. It all means one thing: “we’re using your invention and we’re not going to stop or pay”. It’s a pure red herring by large invention thieves and their paid puppets to kill any inventor support system. As Mark Twain said, ‘truth is not hard to kill, and (that) a lie well told is immortal’. Those who use the amorphous phrase ‘patent troll’ expose themselves as thieves, duped, or doped and perpetuate the lie.

For the last several years the Chinese and large multinationals have been ransacking and looting small American entities taking everything they can carry. Those are the same multinationals who when they cant export jobs, import workers and artificially inflate their employed Americans. The fact is, many of the giant multinationals and their puppets who defame inventors in this way themselves make no products in the US or create any American jobs and it is their continued blatant theft which makes it impossible for the true creators to do so. Invention thieves well know many inventors lack the resources to enforce their patent rights so their only recourse is to sell to others who do have the resources. Otherwise, large invention thieves just thumb their noses at you and steal at will.

Prior to the Supreme Court case eBay v Mercexchange, small entities had a viable chance at commercializing their inventions. If the defendant was found guilty, an injunction was most always issued. Then the inventor small entity could enjoy the exclusive use of his invention in commercializing it. Unfortunately, injunctions are often no longer available to small entity inventors because of the eBay decision so we have no fair chance to compete with much larger entities who are now free to use our inventions -in other words, steal. Essentially, large infringers now have your gun and all the bullets. Worse yet, inability to commercialize means those same small entities will not be hiring new employees to roll out their products and services. And now those same parties who killed injunctions for small entities and thus blocked any fair chance at commercializing now complain that small entity inventors are not commercializing. They created the problem and now they want to blame small entities for it. What dissembling!

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http://www.sltrib.com/opinion/2786485-155/op-ed-patent-reform-bill-would-hurt

“While fee shifting in circumstances of abusive or frivolous actions makes sense and can benefit startups, anything broader will no longer be about deterring abusive behavior but instead will create an entrenched advantage for larger companies in the patent system.”

But the courts already have the power to sanction bad actors. What these bills do is take that discretion away from the courts and impose one size fits all solutions. That’s like ‘fat guy in a little coat’. The results will be similar. Just because they call it ‘reform’ doesn’t mean it is.

Also, we caution everyone to refrain from using the phrase ‘patent troll’. All this patent troll and ‘reform’ talk is mere dissembling by China, huge multinational thieves and their paid puppets. If you tell a lie often enough and can dupe others to repeat that lie, eventually it is accepted as fact. As Mark Twain said, ‘truth is not hard to kill, and (that) a lie well told is immortal’. Those who use the amorphous phrase ‘patent troll’ expose themselves as thieves, duped, or doped and perpetuate the lie. They have already damaged the American patent system so that property rights are teetering on lawlessness. Simply put, their intent is to legalize theft -to twist and weaken the patent system so it can only be used by them and no one else. Then they can steal at will and destroy their small competitors AND WITH THEM THE JOBS THEY WOULD HAVE CREATED. For the last several years now they have been ransacking and looting small entities taking everything they can carry. Meanwhile, the huge multinationals ship more and more American jobs to China and elsewhere overseas.

The level headed members of Congress need to step up and be heard before Congress does further damage to the patent system. It’s time for Real patent reform.