Intellect: G3/08 Amicus curiae brief
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Started by: zoobabzoobab
Date: 06 May 2009 09:55
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Intellect’s observation here is that the answer to this question ought to be ‘yes”, a claim in the area of computer programs avoids exclusion under Art. 52(2)(c) and (3) merely by explicitly mentioning the use of a computer or a computer-readable data storage medium. This is because, with the addition of a computer or computer storage, the invention now possesses a technical character and is therefore not excluded.
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