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From: Keith R. Williams
Subject: Re: American vs foreign electrical parts and installations
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 13:12:33 -0400
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> John Woodgate wrote:
> > I read in sci.electronics.design that Paul Hovnanian
> > wrote (in <3D86478A.6EADA769@boeing.com>)
> > about 'American vs foreign electrical parts and installations', on Mon,
> > 16 Sep 2002:
> > >Life would be so much easier if we could just look at the source code.
> > People are busy reverse-engineering DNA, and even making unauthorised
> > modifications. Has anyone seen a copy of the EULA?(;-)
> I've been thinking of applying for a patent on my own genetic code.
> That should throw a wrench into the works if anyone tries to compile
> a database of genetic data for insurance purposes or whatever.
I don't believe the USPTO will allow a patent things existing in
> Also, it would give me some additional legal leverage in the event
> someone tries to make an unauthorized copy (i.e a paternity suit). ;-)
There are already laws against rape. ;-)
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