|Authored by: Anonymous on Tuesday, July 24 2012 @ 12:50 PM EDT|
|By MY argument? No. By YOUR argument. |
I'm not the one saying the machine is new with every clock cycle. I'm saying,
for EXAMPLE, the machine is new when the software is "installed" onto
the machine. For the nit that is going to say that the hard drive can be
somewhere remote and that the machine loads one instruction at a time I say that
the "machine" is now defined as including the remote program source.
If you insist that for some reason that the assertion that a million different
machines are involved must be maintained for some logical consistency, fine, as
the owner of each of those million machines you are infringing as each one
contributes to the infringement or because the million machines in combination
are an equivalent to the claimed machine and encompassed by the claim.
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