When patent trolls were simply sharks

When patent trolls were simply sharks

tech.fortune.cnn.com
There are parallels between today's trolls and the so-called sharks of the 19th century. FORTUNE -- Complaints about patent trolls have reached such a level that the White House is now pushing for reform. Some people might believe the problem to be relatively new. And it is, in a way....
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