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Stupid Design Patent Of The Month: Rectangles On A Screen

On October 11, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in the long-running Apple-Samsung litigation. The issue is whether Apple, by virtue of having its designed patents infringed by Samsung, is entitled to all of Samsung's profits made from the infringing phones (regardless of how much that design contributed to the value of the phone). This case -- in which EFF submitted an amicus brief arguing the award of Samsung's total profit is improper -- is important for many reasons.
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