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Old 08-04-2011, 07:05 PM   #8
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Patents are extremely important for companies that put millions and years of hard work in R&D
And when they wish to sell them, they should be allowed to.

As for the license, one pundit said:

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"The Novell patent deal got a lot of attention but in the greater scheme of things even the original deal wouldn't have had huge impact on the competitive landscape," Mueller said. "There are countless software patents out there one way or the other."

The agreement with the DOJ appears to show that Microsoft was most concerned about getting licenses to the Novell patents, and not in owning them, Mueller added. "Considering that Microsoft files thousands of patent applications every year, they don't need to acquire a couple hundred Novell patents to beef up their portfolio," he said.
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