‘More importantly, though,” he added, “it protects inventors, startups, and small businesses’
No doubt it is a considerable step in the right direction, but it doesn’t go far enough to restore the patent system from the damage inflicted on it over the past several years by ill conceived legislation prompted by China and large multinational thieves. Inventors must be heard. For example, it does not restore injunctions which inventors must have before they can commercialize their inventions.
It’s about property rights and jobs. When government fails to uniformly and justly enforce property rights they contribute to the wealth and power of the well placed few, suppress the ability and rights of the rest to make better lives for themselves and their families, support giant monopolies that enslave and impoverish the public, and commandeer the government.
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