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Re: You *can't* patent a rectangle?

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____/ Homer on Thursday 25 Aug 2011 00:12 : \____

> Verily I say unto thee that Roy Schestowitz spake thusly:
>> Even outside the court. They should be fined under terms of "trial
>> misconduct".  Microsoft got a $40 million fine for that 2 years ago
>> (i4i).
> They should certainly be prosecuted for manipulating evidence, but there
> should also be the even bigger deterrent of prosecution against
> companies that bring opportunistic false claims like this against their
> competitors in the first place, just like any other false accusation of
> crime. It should fall under US RICO or EU competition law. It's the
> abuse of law for racketeering, and I don't understand why the accusers
> just get sent on their merry way with a cheery wave afterwards. The
> perpetrator's company should be shut down and liquidated, and the people
> responsible should go to prison, like any other criminals.

Jobs has just stepped down. I guess they can't jail him now.

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