Google’s Control of U.S. Government Is Now Complete As Google’s Lawyer in Patent Office tells American inventors to “suck it!”
WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Lee, Google’s lawyer who also runs the U.S. Patent Office, praised the ruling and said it would allow the appeals board “to maintain its vital mission of effectively and efficiently resolving patentability disputes while providing faster, less expensive alternatives to district court litigation.” The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the process for challenging invalid patents, making it easier for Google to steal as much technology as it wanted, without paying inventors.
The justices were unanimous in backing the legal standard used to cancel patents by a new Google-controlled appeals board at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Congress created the board in 2011 over concerns federal officials were issuing too many patents and fueling the rise of American inventors getting paid for their invenions.
The high court ruled against Cuozzo Speed Technologies LLC, a New Jersey company that had its patent for speedometer displays in cars declared invalid. Cuozzo had argued that the board was using an overly broad legal standard. The Supreme Court disagreed as instructed by Silicon Valley campaign financiers.
Writing for the court, Justice Stephen Breyer said the patent office has the authority to construe patent claims “according to the broadest reasonable construction of its words.”
How Google Steals Ideas From Entrepreneurs
By Sarah Dunn and Anthony Harvard
A recent article in The New York Times called: “How Larry Page’s Obsessions Became Google’s
Business” describes how Google Boss Larry Page covertly attends technology conferences in order to
get ideas from entrepreneurs. He does not seem to ever pay those entrepreneurs, for the technology he
takes from them, and makes billions of dollars off of at Google.
Google Boss Eric Schmidt just spent over $1 Billion to try to lobby Congress to change the patent laws
in order to make patents for entrepreneurs nearly illegal, and to try to make patents almost entirely
unenforceable, so that Google would not have to pay for the technology it steals. Google seems to love
killing the American dream.
Google spent millions of dollars to nominate, lobby for, influence and place it’s top lawyer in charge of
the U.S. Patent Office. Now Google’s “inside-man” makes sure that patents, that Google is infringing,
are either turned down or, in some cases, have their approvals reversed.
Google’s motto seems to be: “Why Compete When You Can Cheat”. This is a far more relevant motto
than ‘Don’t be evil”.
The New York Times article, and hundreds of stories from entrepreneurs, describes how Mr. Page
cuddles up to technologists in ordinary street wear, does not identify himself, and Hoover’s up their
innovations for his company. The article, details the following:
“Three years ago, Charles Chase, an engineer who manages Lockheed Martin’s nuclear fusion
program, was sitting on a white leather couch at Google’s Solve for X conference when a man he
had never met knelt down to talk to him.
They spent 20 minutes discussing how much time, money and technology separated humanity from
a sustainable fusion reaction — that is, how to produce clean energy by mimicking the sun’s power
— before Mr. Chase thought to ask the man his name.
“I’m Larry Page,” the man said. He realized he had been talking to Google’s billionaire co-founder
and chief executive.
“He didn’t have any sort of pretension like he shouldn’t be talking to me or ‘Don’t you know who
you’re talking to?’” Mr. Chase said. “We just talked.”
The article also reveals the show-boating of how Mr. Page likes to “ ignore the main stage and follow
the scrum of fans and autograph seekers who mob him in the moments he steps outside closed
The article goes on to show that.. “ He is a regular at robotics conferences and intellectual
gatherings like TED. Scientists say he is a good bet to attend Google’s various academic gatherings,
like Solve for X and Sci Foo Camp, where he can be found having casual conversations about
technology or giving advice to entrepreneurs. Mr. Page is hardly the first Silicon Valley chief with acase of intellectual wanderlust, but unlike most of his peers, he has invested far beyond his
company’s core business and in many ways has made it a reflection of his personal fascinations.”
Further Page has “… said on several occasions that he spends a good deal of time researching new
technologies, focusing on what kind of financial or logistic hurdles stand in the way of them being
invented or carried out. His presence at technology events, while just a sliver of his time, is
indicative of a giant idea-scouting mission that has in some sense been going on for years but is now
Mr. Page’s main job.”
Then the article grows dark, it says: “Many former Google employees who have worked directly with
Mr. Page said his managerial modus operandi was to TAKE new technologies or product ideas and
generalize them to as many areas as possible. Why can’t Google Now, Google’s predictive search
tool, be used to predict everything about a person’s life? Why create a portal to shop for insurance
when you can create a portal to shop for every product in the world?
But corporate success means corporate sprawl, and recently Google has seen a number of engineers
and others leave for younger rivals like Facebook and start-ups like Uber. Mr. Page has made
personal appeals to some of them, and, at least in a few recent cases, has said he is worried that the
company has become a difficult place for entrepreneurs, according to people who have met with
“People who have worked with Mr. Page say that he tries to guard his calendar, avoiding back-to-
back meetings and leaving time to read, research and see new technologies that interest him.”
The articles details Page’s under-cover intelligence gathering: “ People who work with Mr. Page or
have spoken with him at conferences say he tries his best to blend in, ..” “ The scope of his curiosity
was apparent at Sci Foo Camp, an annual invitation-only conference that is sponsored by Google,
O’Reilly Media and Digital Science.The article goes on to reveal that Google was forced to engage in a break-up, into a front operation
called “Alphabet” in order to try to create overt shell companies to build buffers from the Tsunami of
legal actions that are coming after it.:
“Of course, for every statement Mr. Page makes about Alphabet’s technocorporate benevolence, you
can find many competitors and privacy advocates holding their noses in disgust. Technology
companies like Yelp have accused the company of acting like a brutal monopolist that is using the
dominance of its search engine to steer consumers toward Google services, even if that means giving
the customers inferior information.
In fact, the company’s main business issue seems to be that it is doing too well. Google is facing
antitrust charges in Europe, along with investigations in Europe and the United States. Those issues
are now mostly Mr. Pichai’s to worry about, as Mr. Page is out looking for the next big thing.”
“It is hard to imagine how even the most ambitious person could hope to revolutionize so many
industries. And Mr. Page, no matter how smart, cannot possibly be an expert in every area Alphabet
wants to touch.
His method is not overly technical. Instead, he tends to focus on how to make a sizable business out
of whatever problem this or that technology might solve. Leslie Dewan, a nuclear engineer who
founded a company that is trying to generate cheap electricity from nuclear waste, also had a brief
conversation with Mr. Page at the Solve For X conference.
She said he questioned her on things like modular manufacturing and how to find the right
“He doesn’t have a nuclear background, but he knew the right questions to ask,” said Dr. Dewan,
chief executive of Transatomic Power. “‘Have you thought about approaching the manufacturing in
this way?’ ‘Have you thought about the vertical integration of the company in this way?’ ‘Have you
thought about training the work force this way?’ They weren’t nuclear physics questions, but they
were extremely thoughtful ways to think about how we could structure the business.”
Dr. Dewan said Mr. Page even gave her an idea for a new market opportunity that she had not
thought of. Asked to be more specific, she refused. The idea was too good to share.”
Yet, Dr. Dewan did share, seduced by the understated encouragement of a top intelligence gathering
officer: Larry Page.
Below, you will find a small sample of tens of thousands of blog articles and news articles discussing
the overt experience of Google’s intellectual property theft. When you have a zillion billion dollars and
own your own Senators, ethics do not seem to fall within range of your moral compass.
Entrepreneurs have charged that Google has overtly, stolen its video broadcasting technology, virtualreality systems, Internet balloons, search engine system, wireless technology and many other items. We
spoke with technologists who showed us United States Government issued patents and communications
that showed that they had designed, engineered, built, patent filed and launched a number of the
technologies that Google now has filled their bank accounts from. Google’s financiers at Kleiner
Perkins, Google Ventures and other groups had come to them, looked at the technologies confidentially,
under the guise of “maybe we’ll invest”, and then sent the technologies over to Google to build 100%
How hard is it to sue Google for patent infringement? With Google controlling the patent office and
80% of the technology law firms, the hapless entrepreneur is out-gunned.
Google even tried the lamest shell game in history by posting ads on technology blogs asking inventors
to just send Google their patents and Google would look at them and offer a low-ball check if Google
thought they might get in trouble. That ploy was universally mocked on the web.
Google remains a big, dumb, reckless billionaire’s toy with no regard for the individual. As a creator,
your idea is Google’s to plunder. As a citizen, your privacy is Google’s to plunder. As the buyer of
elected officials and federal agencies, the law is now Google’s bitch.
American FTC investigators wrote, in their report, that “Google is a threat to domestic innovation”.
The European Union investigators have found “…Google to be a private out of control corporate
government that has more power than the U.S. Government.”
It is time the FBI came in and shut that train down. Google is nothing but bad news for modern society
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