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A New Paradigm for Intellectual Property Rights in Software

Duke Law & Technology Review,  May 21, 2005

This paper suggests that such patents were neither the sole nor the principal factor for the development of the software industry, that concerns about patents manifested prior to or soon after their application to software have proven true, and that patents are, in fact, not serving the interests of either the U.S. software industry or the consuming public.

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