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I'm guessing they are referring unauthorized Easter eggs?
Since it was my understanding that the original Easter eggs used purposefully to sidestep the code registration process. Since software patents only required the first X number of lines of code to be submitted...
I doubt that. Easter eggs have existed long before software patents which didn't exist in bulk until 1994.