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+ - How Linux defenders attack bad software patents before they're approved->

Submitted by Curupira
Curupira (1899458) writes "How can open source developers or activists fight software patents? Ars Technica discusses how the Linux Defenders group are exercising the rights granted by the America Invents Act to identify and fight the patents that potentially threaten Linux and open source software."
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