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Changes to U.S. patent law must nurture our culture of innovation

such as ours, the consequences - greater bureaucracy, inability to rely on valid patents, weakened protections against infringement, and a decreased access to capital - would be devastating. The harm to investment in tomorrow's technologies would be felt immediately, and would hurt U.S. competitiveness for years to come, they continued.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 06/13/07


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