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The Peer to Patent Project Has Begun - 5 patents listed

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The first patent applications we are invited to try to disqualify by looking for prior art have been posted on the Peer to Patent Project website. This is the project working to provide the USPTO with information about prior art during the application process. It's an experiment, and it's historic. It's never been tried before, to let the public provide input into the application process. The USPTO wants to find out if the public can be helpful in finding prior art. Like, totally. I *know* you can, from doing Groklaw. This is right up your alley, if you choose to do it.

Here is the list of the patent applications:

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