Masataka Ohta wrote:
Even if it's not true in the general case, a sufficiently expensive lawyer
might be able to convince the court that, since the Internet makes location
irrelevant, the location of the infringement is irrelevant.
that US patents are applicable even if both servers, clients and network
inbetween are all located outside of US?
No, not that; but, if the server is outside the US and the client is inside,
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