Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Five European giants CEO signed a letter opposed to reform the EU patent law

Beijing time on July 5, according to foreign media reports, Alcatel, Ericsson, Nokia, Philips and Siemens, the company's CEO has five joint letter to EU leaders, a clear-cut opposition to the draft law on software patents in Europe ("Directive on the Patentability of Computer-Implemented Inventions ") made changes. European software patent law to the European Parliament will soon vote.

The five CEO and the European Information, Communications and Consumer Electronics Technology Industry Association (EICTA) expressed, on the European software patent law changes will be made to the field of development and application of a negative impact on investment. In a letter addressed to EU leaders, which called for the establishment of a stable of five CEO's legal framework in order to maintain high-value European R & D in the field of competitiveness. In addition, they also highlighted the letter the importance of computer software inventions.

No doubt, these five are Zhichi CEO of form with the patent protection of software, but they are afraid pairs of European software patents, Zuo 杩囧 changes would undermine the competitiveness of Europe, leading Europe in the same competition in the rest of the world lost array to the next. 5 CEO, said in the letter: "As the leading European IT companies, we believe that Europe needed to establish a stable legal framework to remain competitive, we first need to consider is the establishment of computer software patent protection legal framework."


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