‘decision by our legislators not to move forward with patent reform’

http://www.ipwatchdog.com/2015/12/29/what-mattered-in-2015-ip/id=63909/#respond

The problem is that none of these bills address actual problems and that most often their provisions have little to do with the fictitious evils they claim exist. They are red herrings. It’s long overdue to call these bills what they are and not what the originators want everyone to call them. They are not ‘reform’, or at least only from the perspective of infringers. From an inventor perspective they are the opposite as all they do is make it easier for large infringers to rob and crush their small competitors. Perhaps we should call them inventor destruction bills, or legalize theft bills?

Let’s throw it out there and see if we can come up with a more catchy and yet still honest name for them. Don’t believe the lies of thieves.

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