Centripetal Urges SCOTUS to Rule that Expensive Password-Protected Documents are not Prior Arts
shot by IP News Shots / 6:34 pm on 16 August, 2021
Centripetal Networks Inc. has requested the U. S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to rule that a password-protected document costing over $25,000 to view is not a publicly accessible prior art that can be used for patent invalidation. In its recent petition, Centripetal charged the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit of undermining ‘decades of precedent’ related to prior art being accessible by the public in a case wherein Cisco Systems Inc. got three Centripetal patents invalidated.
Industry: Cybersecurity, IT Services | Type of IP: Patent
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