Trolling patent trolls: A proposal
I was reading Jason Freedman’s latest blog post the other day about how to handle patent trolls (he was calling for patent troll insurance.)
I should probably start this off with a blatant DISCLAIMER: I am NOT and attorney and this does NOT constitute legal advice, this is simply my out of the box thinking on a way to game the patent trolls current system. I’ve spent a fair amount of time around court rooms and understand enough about business to be dangerous.
This post started off as what I thought would be a comment on Hacker News but since I was in Big Sur for the weekend my phone would not let me post it and I spent the weekend thinking about this particular subject along with some of my own thoughts for my latest startup.
Here’s what I think more technology companies should consider doing in order to effectively “troll” the patent trolls.
There are some simple, but intricate
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