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May 16, 2012

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Asma

While I understand at least some of the raneoss for the choice of locale, I had hoped that the USPTO would open its first satellite office in a location that I might actually want to visit or live Southern California, for instance. However, hopefully the USPTO's selection of Detroit will help improve that city's economy, in addition to increasing efficiency at the USPTO and taking a bite out of its infamous backlog.

Peter Austin

Interesting that he would chose the example of steam engines, where patents delayed progress.
http://www.thefreemanonline.org/features/do-patents-encourage-or-hinder-innovation-the-case-of-the-steam-engine/

Mark Parity

A treason piece of crap says what? Oh, never mind, it's already covered.

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