‘Innovation THEFT is thriving in the U.S.’



‘Innovation is thriving in the U.S.’

propaganda free translation: ‘Innovation THEFT is thriving in the U.S.’

Real inventors will tell you large multinational repeat infringers know little about invention. But they know a lot about invention THEFT. They have in no small measure built their fortunes on theft of our inventions. All their bills like AIA ever do is make it easier for them to rob and crush us. That’s why small entity issued patents and filed applications are now down to about 10% of their historical shares, if not less and still falling. The truth is our large competitor infringers make little or nothing in America while stopping the true creators of truly inventive technologies from doing so. Patents don’t hinder innovation, only theft of.

For example, according to the federal dockets of the 14 patent infringement cases Google has been a party to since Jan 2017, in every case they were a defendant. In all but 1 they were THE defendant. That’s pretty typical of the large multinationals pushing what they call patent ‘reform’. Apparently, no one uses all their thousands of patents or inventions, not even them. As we say, there are patents and then there are Patents. If not for a court and patent system that now enables and even encourages invention theft, we expect there would be far more suits they were a defendant in. But what’s the point in suing them when we only have a 3% chance of succeeding through appeal? Even then our damages in the rare occasion we do win are whittled down from a large oak tree by the CAFC to a match stick. Inventors would be better off if they used that to burn their patents for the little good they do us. Sure these large multinationals commercialize inventions…OURS! Don’t believe the lies of thieves.

For our position and the changes we advocate (the rest of the truth) to restore the patent system, or to join our effort, please visit us at https://aminventorsforjustice.wordpress.com/category/our-position/
or, contact us at aifj@mail.com

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