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Re: Comment upon PPWG Royalty-Free Patent Policy (W3C Working Draft 26 February 2002)

From: by way of Susan Lesch <tompoe@renonevada.net>
Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2002 22:36:48 -0700
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To: www-patentpolicy-comment@w3.org


Hi: The W3 organization clearly is wrong on this issue. You need to 
state the obvious, and let it speak for itself.

Your task is to create worldwide standards. Any company that attempts 
to insert its' patents as a part of the standards, will be removed 
from participation.

If patents are potentially infringing on worldwide standards, they 
must be announced in a timeframe that is convenient for the 
standards-making body. If they don't, they waive their legal rights 
to enforcement.

Show the judge your Charter!

Stop trying to "backdoor" or slide sideways across the floor. You'll 
hurt yourself, and look silly.
Thanks,
Tom Poe
Reno, NV
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