https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20140908/12304428455/cafc-rogue-patent-court-captured-patent-bar-needs-to-go-away.shtml

11 Sep

I was convinced that the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, better known as CAFC, or the “patent appeals court” was a huge part of the problem with the patent system’

Nonsense. The principal reason for the CAFC was to bring clarity and consistency to the way the courts handled patent cases. The problem was there were contradictory decisions coming from the courts which made patent law a mess.

The word on the street is Masnick and his monkeys are paid puppets for some of the worlds biggest invention thieves. All they know about patents is…they don’t have any.

Masnick and his monkeys have an unreported conflict of interest-
https://www.insightcommunity.com/cases.php?n=10&pg=1

They sell blog filler and “insights” to major corporations including MS, HP, IBM etc. who just happen to be some of the world’s most frequent patent suit defendants. Obviously, he has failed to report his conflicts as any reputable reporter would. But then Masnick and his monkeys are not reporters. They are hacks representing themselves as legitimate journalists receiving funding from huge corporate infringers. They cannot be trusted and have no credibility. All they know about patents is they don’t have any.

For the truth, please see http://www.truereform.piausa.org/
https://www.facebook.com/pi.ausa.5
https://piausa.wordpress.com/
http://www.hoover.org/publications/defining-ideas/article/142741
http://cpip.gmu.edu/2013/03/15/the-shield-act-when-bad-economic-studies-make-bad-laws/

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