Also IANAL, so this is purely conjecture, but I don't think it would be deemed illegal in the US. We already have DRM on ebooks / music which prevent us from effectively reselling those products and that hasn't been deemed illegal yet. In fact, the DMCA instead makes it illegal to remove that copy protection for personal use, let also for reselling purposes.
That said, the patent wouldn't disallow reselling the disc. It would just make the resold disc ineffective.
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Grossman's proposed solution is to make the desktop browser more like its mobile cousins.
"By adopting a similar application model on the desktop using custom-configured Web browsers (let's call them DesktopApps), we could address the Internet's inherent security flaws. These DesktopApps could be branded appropriately and designed to launch automatically to Bank of America's or Facebook's Web site, for example, and go no further. Like their mobile application cousins, these DesktopApps would not present an URL bar or anything else making them look like the Web browsers they are on the surface, and of course they would be isolated from one another.""