APSL 1.1 available for comment. [summation]

Ean R . Schuessler ean at novare.net
Tue Apr 20 03:09:40 UTC 1999

On Mon, Apr 19, 1999 at 10:04:14PM -0500, Ean R . Schuessler wrote:
> Handwriting recognition is just one example that springs to mind.


To summarize. Is it not possible to keep the patent agreements and
copyright agreements as seperate entities, each dealt with accordingly?
This way, patent infringement does not become a matter of copyright
litigation and copyright litigation does not become a matter of patent
infringement. Things seem much more straightforward that way.

Then again, I'm not a lawyer and am happily only tormented by the vaugeries
that Turing complete languages form.

Ean Schuessler                                                Freak
Novare International Inc.                             Freak Central
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