Jun 17, 2013Science and Technology
German Parliament takes action against software patentss

Last week the German parliament passed a joint motion addressing the increasingly severa problem of software patent protection, reports IP Watch. The parliament seeks to eliminate non-copyright intellectual property rights on software, ordering the national intellectual property office to reevaluate its regulations on software patents.

Though no reports have been confirmed, the sources say that a similar resolution for the EU parliament may be coming forthwith.

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Richard SwannWe were actually just discussing this in the commercial internet group! http://www.patexia.com/feed/german-parliament-says-stop-granting-software-patents-20130617
Jun 17, 2013