Groklaw: Bilski - What It Means, Part 3 - The Mayer Dissent & Some Intangibility Questions
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Started by: zoobabzoobab
Date: 10 Nov 2008 11:33
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Summary:
The tangibility of the formal data that is actually transformed by a method of processing information is not relevant to patent-eligibility, but the tangibility of the things that the data is about—the tangibility of the informational content of the data or the things to which the data refers—now appears to be dispositive.
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