Patent Reform 2007 - Urgent Alert - TIME SENSITIVE: YOUR RIGHT TO INVENT IS AT STAKE! OBJECTIVE: KILL BILL!
By Stephen Paul Gnass
Teetering in the balance, hanging by the barest of threads, are your inventor rights, and the rights of future generations of inventors and citizens born in the USA to create, invent and benefit/profit from their/your inventions and intellectual property. This issue is really that serious.....
PATENT REFORM ACT OF 2007:
There are two bills under the title of the “Patent Reform Act of 2007” that are being voted on right now in Congress. One already passed the House, bill H.R. 1908, and the other one is in the Senate and is on the verge of being voted on anytime, now. The Senate’s version of the same bill is titled S. 1145 and all indicators look like it will pass.
The rights granted to “individuals” as stated in the U.S. Constitution will be expunged.
The U.S. Constitution, signed on September 17, 1787, states in Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8 that Congress shall have the power:The patent laws regarding how individuals will obtain patents and the patent process are being fundamentally changed which will impede independent inventors. This is being done with little or no input from inventors, inventor organizations, or the invention community at large.
"to promote the progress of Science and Useful Arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries."
KILL BILL! S. 1145:
With a couple of mouse clicks and a few minutes of your time, you could make the pivotal difference (the tipping point can be as few as 100 people contacting their senators to turn the tide) to Kill Bill!: S. 1145. I’ve made this really easy for you to reply to your senators. I’ve created a sample email guide/outline, and an EZ, simple and quick way to find your Senators and congressmen.
Any one of the issues in bill “S. 1145”, alone, would be a major change to the U.S. patent system that could negatively affect inventors from being granted a patent. Many of the proposed changes in the two bills are tied-in to the worldwide “first-to-file” system. This first-to-file “package of issues” , along with the infringement issues, will destroy the intrinsic incentives and original intention of the U.S. 200-year old patent system, the“First-to-Invent” which favors the creator i.e. inventor.
ELIMINATING THE LEVEL PLAYING FIELD:
If you’ve ever played tennis, it would be as if the inventor’s side of the tennis court was designed on a pitch (a slant), but multinationals would have a normal level court. Who do you think is going to win the tennis match when the court has been designed with the idea that it’s not a level playing field? With these proposed bills, this is what would happen - the gutting of the U.S. patent system.
PLEASE TAKE ACTION NOW!:
You must make your voice heard NOW in order to stop the bills. This is TIME SENSITIVE. Your action is needed NOW! Please click here for INSTANT ACTION PLAN.
PLEASE SPREAD THE MESSAGE:
This issue affects all citizens, not just inventors, as well as future generations. Even if someone you know isn’t an inventor today, everybody gets ideas at some point in their life. It’s important to maintain the rights of the inventor, which was written into the U.S. Constitution by our forefathers, for all Americans.
Email your mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, relatives, friends, etc. to spread the word through an email viral approach. If you have any questions at all, feel free to email us and we’ll get back to you as soon as we’re able to.
Stephen Paul Gnass