‘Since 2015 a number of banks, including Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase, have been aggressively securing patents for banking-related technologies. At the time, it was unclear what banks wanted out of their investments — was it a defensive move against being sued by patent trolls, or a way to take a more assertive advantage of innovations they owned?’
We firmly believe this was part of the general strategy of large multinationals -to pervert the American patent system so they could obtain and enforce patents while their small competitors were unable as a result of the patent system becoming too slow, expensive and difficult for all but large monopolies to play in. Our patents are now, with few exceptions, like the paper money issued by the Continental Congress back at the time of the revolution: “not worth a Continental”. No doubt, for inventors it is now a sport of thieves. Those thieves have ‘reformed’ it to death. Sometimes, as in the case of big business fat cats, great heft comes from grand theft. It gives a new meaning to the old phrase, the ‘filthy rich’.
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