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surfaced multiple times during the debate, for instance in the
speech of Mr Karsten Meinhold, chairman of the ETSI IPR Special
<a href="">
<a href=";doc_id=3635&amp;userservice_id=1&amp;">
who summarised it</a> as "<em>IPRs and Standards serve different
purposes: IPRs are destined for private exclusive use, Standards are
intended for public, collective use</em>".</p>
@ -174,7 +174,7 @@ who summarised it</a> as "<em>IPRs and Standards serve different
them. Or, as Tomoko Miyamoto, Senior Counsellor of the Patent Law
Section in the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) said
<a href="">
<a href=";doc_id=3633&amp;userservice_id=1&amp;">
her presentation</a>:
Patent thickets and patent hold-ups may arise from
certain forms of legitimate exploitation of the exclusive rights
@ -217,7 +217,7 @@ her presentation</a>:
Suzanne Michel, Assistant Director Office of Policy and Coordination
of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission
<a href="">
<a href=";doc_id=3631&amp;userservice_id=1&amp;">
pointed out in her presentation</a>.
The FTC had found that <a href=";oldid=251605519">Rambus
Incorporated</a> had joined and attended standardisation meetings of
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which Charles Schulz of Ars Aperta summarised as RAND referring to
"RANDom licensing at the sight of competitors."
<a href="">
<a href=";doc_id=3639&amp;userservice_id=1&amp;">
his presentation</a>,
Mr Schulz also pointed out that (F)RAND terms are
discriminating against Free Software. Even RAND terms linked to zero
@ -325,7 +325,7 @@ his presentation</a>,
all IT services and 4% of European GDP by 2010.</p>
<a href="">
<a href=";doc_id=3641&amp;userservice_id=1&amp;">
her presentation</a>,
Amy Marasco, General Manager Standards Strategy of
Microsoft, emphasised that she does not consider Free Software a
@ -407,7 +407,7 @@ her presentation</a>,
<p>Good patent research costs around 100.000 EUR per case according to
Rigo Wenning, Legal Counsel &amp; Patent Policy Team Contact of the
W3C/ERCIM who spoke about
"<a href="">
"<a href=";doc_id=3636&amp;userservice_id=1&amp;">
Standards, Patents and the Dynamics of Innovation on the Web</a>." The W3C is
indeed the only Standards Setting Organisation (SSO) that has a
sufficient patent policy for its standards in order to accomodate
@ -419,7 +419,7 @@ Standards, Patents and the Dynamics of Innovation on the Web</a>." The W3C is
damage can be caused by injunctions against a product, or claims for
damages. In
<a href="">
<a href=";doc_id=3646&amp;userservice_id=1&amp;">
presentation of IBM's "SoftIP"</a> concept, Roger Burt, Senior Counsel of IBM
Europe introduces the issues with a quote from a BSA et al. Amicus
brief in eBay v MercExchange. The quote summarises the problems of
@ -442,7 +442,7 @@ order to preserve its business."</em></quote>
for the largest corporations was introduced by Tim Frain, Director
IPR regulatory affairs, Nokia in his presentation about
"<a href="">
"<a href=";doc_id=3649&amp;userservice_id=1&amp;">
FRAND Best Practice</a>."
Mr Frain advocates a system based on "Aggregated
Reasonable Terms" &amp; "Proportionality" (ART+P).</p>
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the Division of Technical Regulations Department for WTO Affairs of
the Chinese Ministry of Commerce who raised the question of public
vs private benefit in his presentation titled
"<a href="">
"<a href=";doc_id=3632&amp;userservice_id=1&amp;">
Strike the Right Balance between Public and Private Interests in IPR in ICT