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A defensive patent license proposal

Author: Jason M Schultz; Jennifer M Urban; Stanford University. Center for Internet & Society,; Stanford University. School of Law.
Publisher: [Stanford, California] : Stanford Law School, [2011]
Series: CIS speaker series
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Defensive patenting---i.e., filing a patent specifically to avoid the threat of litigation---is a common strategy in the world of intellectual property for private companies focused on information technology. Free software and open source ("FOSS") projects, however, are historically wary of defensive patenting. Why is this? And what strategies might make defensive patenting more appealing to the FOSS community? In  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Patents
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jason M Schultz; Jennifer M Urban; Stanford University. Center for Internet & Society,; Stanford University. School of Law.
OCLC Number: 722930989
Notes: Held May 2, 2011 at Stanford Law School.
Sponsored by the Center for Internet and Society.
Performer(s): Speakers: Jason Schultz and Jennifer Urban.
Description: 1 videodisc (1 hr., 12 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD video.
Series Title: CIS speaker series
Responsibility: Center for Internet and Society.

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Defensive patenting---i.e., filing a patent specifically to avoid the threat of litigation---is a common strategy in the world of intellectual property for private companies focused on information technology. Free software and open source ("FOSS") projects, however, are historically wary of defensive patenting. Why is this? And what strategies might make defensive patenting more appealing to the FOSS community? In this talk, UC Berkley's Jason Schultz and Jennifer Urban propose a possible defensive patent strategy (including a proposed license) for FOSS and discuss the advantages and challenges (legal, economic, and cultural challenges) of their approach.

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