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Mandatory Viewing For Anyone Interested In Patent Monetization

Think of it as the anti-Sally Fields phenomenon. They hate you. They really, really hate you. If you dare to purchase an asset that essentially constitutes nothing more than the right to exclude someone from doing something, you’ll be vilified by others the moment you deploy that asset in an attempt to *gasp* exclude someone … Continue reading

Three Copyright Assets Available For Purchase From Gametime IP

After careful consideration, I have decided to part with the rights to three different Gametime IP articles.  While I am offering these as three separate lots, interested parties may inquire about purchasing all three together.  The lots are as follows: Lot 1: Righthaven Business Model Exposed – End Of An Era, Or Spawning Of A … Continue reading

Nevada Court Says Stephens Media GetsThe Goldmine, Righthaven Gets The Shaft

If Stephens Media wishes to assert claims against Democratic Underground, it may do so separately. There it is, in black and white from Judge Roger Hunt in the District of Nevada.  The DU is not out of hot water, and the actual question of copyright infringement is far from over, but the Judge decides to … Continue reading

Righthaven Engages ‘Bad-Ass Litigatrix’ Copyright Superstar Dale Cendali

“If at first, the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it.” — Albert Einstein. New and unconventional business models are bound to be dismissed as absurd, and unpopular when first implemented.  When implementing your business model means that beneficiaries now have to pay for what they once received for free, you’re … Continue reading

Righthaven Business Model Exposed – End Of An Era, Or Spawning Of A New IP Licensing Industry?

Righthaven files a lot of copyright lawsuits, and that’s putting it mildly. From this convenient website, it appears that they’ve filed somewhere in the ball-park of more than 260 copyright lawsuits between March of last year and today.  That’s around three lawsuits every four days, give or take.  That’s a lot. And during that entire … Continue reading

“Free” Sells, But Who’s Buying?

HT to PatentlyO. This video from Red Hat was apparently meant to promote Red Hat’s efforts to rid the world of software patents.  The video begins with the title “Liberating Innovation” and the first speaker is Rob Tiller, Red Hat’s Assistant General Counsel.  Tiller opens the discussion by talking about encouraging innovation in the context … Continue reading

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