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Old 04-04-2019, 03:09 PM   #27
Stampin Wrose
This reminds me of a Star Trek episode....
 
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They made changes/improvements to an existing product, they did not invent it. This after busting someone else's patient. IMO they should never been given exclusivity, feels like pure greed to me. I have been deleting their emails without even looking.

A change is worthy of a patent.

A lot of money goes into the research and then applying for and being granted the patent. Also in enforcement and defending lawsuits.

Who's patent did they bust?

They pay a lot of money to patent lawyers to get these patents, so if they did get it, then the law believes they deserved it.

If they were the first to put that cutting edge on the inside, and got a patent for it, then why shouldn't they protect their innovation?
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