but what about copyright

By: hobold (hobold.delete@this.vectorizer.org), April 9, 2022 12:01 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
Adrian (a.delete@this.acm.org) on April 9, 2022 9:39 am wrote:
[...]
> Nevertheless, if it were accepted that the descriptions of the prior art in patents are not fair
> use, then there are millions of existing patents which would become copyright infringing.

There is a difference between
- describing something in one's own words, citing a source of the concepts
(no copyright involved at all)
- quoting a source in their words, with attribution
(fair use)
- copying a source in their words, without proper attribution
(plagiarism)

There won't be any legal claims in this particular case, because Dr. Ian Cutress wants to work with the industry as an analyst, not against it. And AMD won't sue because they don't know how many such skeletons they might have forgotten in their own basement.

It just doesn't look good when a company, in trying to secure governmental protection of their own intellectual property, is sloppy with the IP rights of third parties.
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            but what about copyrighthobold2022/04/08 03:44 AM
              but what about copyrightAdrian2022/04/08 04:00 AM
                but what about copyrightAdrian2022/04/08 04:10 AM
              but what about copyrightaaron spink2022/04/09 05:28 AM
                but what about copyrightMatt Sayler2022/04/09 07:27 AM
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                    but what about copyrighthobold2022/04/09 12:01 PM
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