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Intellectual Property

Jan. 29, 1999

Gold-Rush Aura Spurs a Surge in Internet Patents

SAN JOSE - Inventors and entrepreneurs are scurrying to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in record numbers to gain monopolies over the way the Internet will operate in the era of electronic commerce.

By James Evans
Daily Journal Staff Writer
        SAN JOSE - Inventors and entrepreneurs are scurrying to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in record numbers to gain monopolies over the way the Internet will operate in the era of electronic commerce.
        The huge surge in Internet patents, say intellec...

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