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Business

The Kodak v. Sun suit has gone against Sun. This is hard evidence that the software patent system is deeply broken. I know this isn't news; you probably already knew. One approach is to think that software patents are just plain wrong. Maybe so, but this isn't obvious to me. Patents have protected other technologies, and they might be able to handle software. Software patents as currently...
on Oct 7, 2004