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You can now file with the USTPO to shoot down and invalidate obvious patents

Cutting_Crew (708624) writes | about a year and a half ago

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Cutting_Crew writes "Yes this is from Wired again, but as they state here today marks the first day that any 3rd party can file an injunction against patents that are frivolous, too obvious and even offer proof of prior art.

Stack Exchange has a patents forum now to help start the process as they have been working with google and also collaborating with the patent office since 2007 on testing patents.

So here is my question. Which frivolous, too obvious, downright ridiculous patent are you going to submit?"

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