Patent office with evidence invalidating
W3C has produced nearly 60 technical Recommendations ranging from the Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) and the Extensible Markup Language (XML) to digital signatures, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), guidelines for Web accessibility, and the Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P).
It is jointly run by MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (MIT CSAIL) in the USA, the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM) headquartered in France and Keio University in Japan.
The W3C is urging US Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property James E.
Rogan to initiate a re-examination of the patent because the critical prior art was neither considered at the time the patent was initially examined and granted, nor during recent patent infringement litigation.
I’m a bit fuzzy on detail right now, but in one example it was a 3-4 line quote and the end of the answer used ‘anticipation’ whereas the holding in the MPEP used ‘obviousness.'” Reply Just thought you should know that the exam simulator from Soft Area 51 shows to be from Catprep when you attempt to download it. Hopefully it will be of use to me in the last week I have before the exam. I’ve been practicing law for many years, spent hundreds of hours studying, and reviewed hundreds upon hundreds of questions – but NOT old exams. I failed the test (62%) and need to take it again — though I had noticed how many exam questions had been repeated after the fact! Review old exams ad nauseam — and remember that the USPTO’s goal is to trick test-takers — not to test them on basic, fundamentals.
Indeed, the test is sadly not a measure of what you know at all; it’s an entry barrier in its purest form Warmest thanks again!
First I would like to thank everyone for putting together this wonderful website and especially for the one who initiated it. Here are some of the repeat questions I had: Oct 01 AM 5 14 24 Apr 02 AM 50 Oct 02 AM 1 version 21 Oct 02 PM 5 version 16 version Apr 03 Am 2 8 22 30 31 37 44 Apr 03 PM 3 version 11 12 16 28 32 Oct 03 AM 4 6 version 7 8 9 22 23 36 44 50 Oct 03 PM 2 4 10 13 14 17 32 38 40 43 also hairgel mirror 4-5 PCT questions general stuff until when you can add the benefit of the priority date, 102e dates Indefinite Claim using ‘high’ Maintenance Fee Paid primary reference in 102 non-signing inventor (can file his own patent and then interfere something like that) the lip gloss kissing a version of Einstein ex prate vs.
Recent test takers indicate that the following “new” questions are in the USPTO’s database servicing the Prometric Patent Bar Exam.
Please also note commonly repeated questions and old exams.
The sole difference between the Web browser described in the '906 patent and typical browsers that the patent itself acknowledges as prior art, is that, with prior art browsers, the content is displayed in a new window, whereas, with the '906 browser, the content is displayed in the same window as the rest of the Web page.
But that feature (i.e., displaying, or embedding, content generated by an external program in the same window as the rest of a Web page) was already described in the prior art filing submitted by W3C.
In an unprecedented step, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the Web, sent a letter today to Under Secretary Rogan requesting that his office reinvestigate the matter.