BBC - Minecraft maker Mojang is being sued over the way it gives gamers access to mobile versions of the game.
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It's hard to believe this Uniloc was tangled up with the mighty Microsoft for 8 friggin years! Microsoft settled out of court this year with them! Goodluck, Notch... you will need it.
or "create small meaningless patents, never do anything with them, then sue companies that do"
doesn't work that way, you have to prove you are actually using the technology or atleast you do in scotland i guess in america were you can be sued for anything it could be diffrent, sometimes you wish laws actualy had brains behind them :/
Uh oh haha.
"In one tweet, he criticised software patents in general, saying they were "plain evil"." The irony is that he went and stealthily tried to patent a "general" brand name all for the sake of it. It's exactly why I don't support his ventures.
He filed a TRADEMARK. Pretty standard for oh, every video game EVER.
This is what is wrong with patent system today. What's next a patent on how use a person can use smart phones...oh wait! It seems Uniloc is most assuredly living up to it's name by uniloc-ing those it encounters into litigation hell. Mabe someone should just burn the troll's tax collecting bridge and be done with it. lol
Personally impressed there isn't a Patent on how to file a Patent, or a Patent on how to sue for Patent Infringement lol
I have a patent labeling the "W" key as a forward or jump function... Where's my money?!?
It has this on their website "Look at many ideas. Pick an outstanding one. Patent it. Commercialize it. Reap the rewards." these guys are going to suck the games industry dry just because of some slip ups or mistakes of big companies, these guys make money off the backs of other hard working companies! Blood sucking assholes!
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