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These non-practicing entities instead enforce the patent rights against companies allegedly infringing them, doing so to obtain licensing payments or some other type of revenue, such as royalties or damages, on the acquired patents.
Though not all NPEs exploit acquired patents, there are those that do. The discussion is extensive and ideal for understanding the reasoning behind these lawsuits, stating in part that patent infringement lawsuits from NPEs may be, among other things, used by:.
A corporation or investor, by serving as the sponsor for an IP privateering engagement, can employ third-party IPRs as competitive tools.
The privateer, a specialized form of non-practicing entity NPE , asserts the IPRs against target companies selected by the sponsor. Next Article : How to Cancel the YouTube TV Premium Subscription.
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Ones that operate aggressively and file large numbers of lawsuits in order to cast a wide net to see what they catch are colloquially referred to as 'patent trolls.
In , the Hastings Science and Technology Law Journal published a large PDF document titled 'Indirect Exploitation of Intellectual Property Rights by Corporations and Investors' that details NPEs and the ways they may be used.
The discussion is extensive and ideal for understanding the reasoning behind these lawsuits, stating in part that patent infringement lawsuits from NPEs may be, among other things, used by:.
A corporation or investor, by serving as the sponsor for an IP privateering engagement, can employ third-party IPRs as competitive tools. The privateer, a specialized form of non-practicing entity NPE , asserts the IPRs against target companies selected by the sponsor.
Of course, DigiMedia Tech's own reasons for filing suits against these camera companies are unclear and it's impossible to say whether there would be an indirect benefit for a competing company as a result of these allegations.
As these cases are only days and weeks old, the outcome of each lawsuit is yet to be seen. I'm thinking this is going to go the same way the Autel and DJI law suit went The only winners here will be the lawyers.
I'd be interested to know how the other lawsuits panned out against Olympus and Fuji I'm thinking this one will be the same if those have been resolved--whatever that may be.
THEY WANT THE honor and respect due for being the rightful owners of the technology Complete and utter bullshrimp. The plaintiff would have to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Nikon did willfully and deliberately stole tech from Nokia.
Hardly possible. There is this thing where technologies are developed by, ready for this, more than one company at the same time in different geographical areas.
Hope Nikon can kill this waste of time lawsuit from a sham of a company quickly DigiMedia Tech is a non-practicing entity NPE of IPInvestments Group, which received many US patents from Intellectual Vultures LLC in November Only the original party receiving a patent should be able to claim infringement, with or without use.
Purchasers of patents that only hold them without exploiting them should not be able to claim infringement. This is the key.
A patent primarily is not an asset but a right to exclusively exercise the commercialization of an invention. You can sell this right under the obligation of the buyer to exercise it.
The patent holder has a basic right to license the parent to those who will use it. Thus usage requires compensation otherwise nobody will pay to license it.
I understand but the flaw is that at some point someone needs to use it. If you never make comemrcial use or license your patent within the first years it should become invalid.
Obviously there is no practical use today and otherwise it will stifle future innovation. Dimitris Servis Agree. It seems like block future innovation of other company.
This will be way overly simplistic, but I think patents should be void after 3yrs if no product is brought to market. Overly simplistic, I know, just thinking out loud ;-.
Well then companies like Canon might be in trouble if that ever became reality In China, its "lets see who can do something better with this" and they don't bother to do IP rights on softwares or even engineering stuffs.
Those who produce the best value and quality with that idea wins. I dealt with something similar in my non-photography business.
A company attempted to hold up an entire industry over patent infringement. They offered a chance to buy into their program as an alternative to being sued.
I refused. They threatened but a few months later, they went bankrupt. The reputation of the people involved was such that they could never return to our industry.
They were slime. Blood sucking lawyers buy up patents on the cheap and go after weak companies to sue.
All for greed. Never for what is moral or right. Hell has a room just for them. Shoveling hot, moist, steaming cow pies for all eternity.
Nikon rules them all Actually I think you calling them blood sucking was way to kind. They a scumbags and need to be thrown out of the lawyering business as they give the few remaining good lawyers a bad name.
My real problem with this type of litigation is why are the courts allowing these to continue? The entire system is broken.
DigiMedia Tech what do they produce? Let me guess nothing? Just because they hold patents? The Chinese steal designs and force tech transfers.
Patents are not valid in China. If the chinese copy is better than the original you will be praised. Yes, that's generally true.
There are also some regional patent offices, for example in Europe, that may grant patents which are valid in several countries.
OK, so who else had face and head detection in ? It looks like it was a forward thinking idea from Nokia or whomever sold the patents.
Just because patents are sold doesn't give everyone the right to copy them. It will be interesting to see just how much these patents were copied.
The only thing that matters is the SPECIFIC method of identifying. Just saying "Oh thats a head; that's a face" is not acceptably innovative.
Its as stupid as Apple trying to get a patent on ALL rounded corners on tablets. All those patents that protects a simple idea or principle or design are just bogus.
It is only a matter of "I was first! There has been lots of strange patents for user interfaces. And face detection?
Common, it has ben done forever in image research. There are zillions of papers about it. Much of it financed by the military.
I saw a camera with pet detection. If you want to photograph your dog. Patent that also? Or car or bird detection for sports and nature photographers?
The most legitigous country on Earth. Kids on the street too loud? Sue the parents. Hot coffee too hot and you took a sip anyway and burned your tongue?
Sue the seller, the coffee maker, and the cup company for not warning you that coffee is hot. The "caution, may be hot" label on disposable cups are directly related to lawsuits.
And patent trolls. The mosquitos of industry. Coffee burns are nothing to ridicule. Spill some in your lap and watch the screaming begin. Now what lawyer in his right mind would take the case and sue your crotch?
Answer: All of them. Most people know fresh coffee handed to you is hot. Somehow people are surprised by this, get embarrassed when they scald themselves and lash out and sue because of the lack of attention they gave their coffee.
Almost every warning sign and measure to protect people from themselves is because someone ignored their self preservation instinct and did something stupid and it now requires a warning to indemnify the property owners or business and persons involved from legal fallout.
Ninjas are honourless. A kamikaze strike against their office would be more fitting and legendary.
Seems like there's a simple solution to all of this, new rule. Stop people patenting ideas they can't hope to use yet and stop the lawyers claiming for stuff that hadn't been used.
The patent system is hopelessly obsolete and long overdue for an overhaul. Patents are being granted for broad ideas.
These companies simply hope that the defendants will pay up rather than go to court. That would cost more than they would recover in royalties in a reasonable time.
It is what it is. When you buy something you own it, all of it. Some people use their money making things, some designing things and some just stuffing their money into a bank or stocks and do nothing more than siphon money from other people who are making money with other peoples money.
And the beat goes on This is different from a book that you own. An idea is more like a child -- there might be multiple parents.
There might be grandfather rights. There might a date in which its released. There might be circumstances under which it isn't being use properly and should be taken away or given to those who will care for it.
Especially if its orphaned or adopted by a secondary party. The point is that law and rules have the ability to define fuzzy edges. Ideas aren't specific things.
They are alive. And no application of an idea is exact to some patent.