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Re: BGP-based blackholing/hijacking patented in Australia?
One would have to conclude since it is the behavior of the present. that it shall not subside anytime soon. Ir was a wonderful time on the internet when we still had trust and respect for each other's endeaver, now we will have to collaborate to get things done with legal shields, we can all thank Washington for the mess they have created and in particular RIAA which has brought this kind of problem to everyone. -Henry --- Hank Nussbacher <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > At 01:41 PM 12-08-04 +0100, Stephen J. Wilcox wrote: > > >On Thu, 12 Aug 2004, Petri Helenius wrote: > > > > > We have had running code for this since early > this year, so depending > > on the > > > date they filed, prior art exists well > documented. (blueprints obviously > > > predate running code) > > > >everyone has gone patent crazy, every time a new > concept is developed some > >company applies for patent. is this the future or > rfcs then? > > No. This should be the future for patent hijacks: > http://freepatentsonline.com/6293874.html > > -Hank > > > >Steve > >