Monday, February 20, 2012

Possible Infringer Disclaimers

All Possible Infringers Might Not Really Infringe

But Thieves Fool Investors Pretending To Own Stolen Intellectual Property

Fact Or Fiction?
Alleged Or Real Infringement? They are alleged copycats. Infringers steal ideas. But intellectual property theft allegations are not fact until proven.
Liars: Deception by stating your electronic invention, or other material does not infringe another party can be a serious crime.

Improperly Interpreting Infringement:
Many incorrectly use "infringer" or "infringement" to describe what might be intellectual property (IP) theft. Also infringement can view differently by each country. So one country's court's definitions of IP theft may not apply to other jurisdictions.

IP Thieves Tricking Company Investors:
Investors often place more value in a companies alleged IP assets than any other aspect of a company. Should an infringer actually lack IP rights, an entire electronics manufacturer can go belly up. Manufacturers should tell their venture capitalists that there is a chance of there being an electronic IP infringement. Otherwise the venture capitalist (VC) or other investors such as employees working for sweat equity can sue the alleged infringer for false disclosure. Unethical electronics infringers often fail to notify investors and can go straight to jail.

Patent Rights Infringement:
            Users of another's patent rights can seek a license. Patent rights infringement typically uses or sells another's electronic invention idea without permission. Large companies often steal IP from small companies and poor inventors without international legal resources.
            The scope of what might illegally copy patented inventions can be the "claims" section of a patent pending or granted patent. What are claims? Claims inform the world what the inventor believes is the unique aspect of the invention that is to be protected against copycats.
            National limits to patent rights: Unfortunately patents are territorial. You need a patent filed in the countries where protection from patent infringement is sought. For example, you might want a patent from the European Patent Office (EPO) and the United States Patent Office (USPTO)  Patent filers need to file in those patent offices.  It can be cheaper to file international patent applications through the PCT process through the EPO, USPTO, or Inovia www.Inovia.Com. Inovia’s patent filing services is one of the most popular ways to get international patent coverage through ethical patent attorneys (hard to find).
            Patent attorneys often make patent infringing clients believe they can get away with electronic patent infringement. Unethical patent attorneys also find clever ways to charge higher patent lawsuit fees than clients originally expected. Flat fees to protect infringers are very rare. Innovation Institute LLC reminds everyone that patent infringement can very complicated and rarely a black and white matter. But there will be a winner and loser in court, with the loser often having to pay triple damages plus the winners' legal costs. Innovation Institute protects its patent applications by filing the world's largest known electronics patent applications to make infringement harder. Wikipedia

Provisional Patent Rights:
            Patent pending inventions, which are published, then stolen by provisional patent right infringers: said provisional patent right violations can result in huge penalties. warns against stealing patent pending inventions.

Indirect Patent Infringement Is Serious: There are countless types of indirect patent infringement. Limited indirect patent infringement examples:
            Helping a party infringe is a form of indirect patent infringement. Anyone shipping, selling, buying or using the electronics can be contributing to the infringement.
            Provisional patent rights on indirect patent infringement may also apply.

Trademark Infringement:
Trademark infringement steals another's trademark. Trademark infringement (TI) is when the possible or proven infringer steals an identical or similar trademark from another T.M. user. Trademarks may or may not be registered with the government's trademark office. Non-registered trademarks are commonly used and infringed in places such as the US and Europe.

Trademarks Outliving Patent Rights:
Good electronic inventions often have trademarks. While patent rights might last about 20 or more years per Innovation Institute LLC, properly used trademark rights can last much longer.
Alleged trademark infringement may not actually be an infringement. See TMDisclaimers.Net

Determining Actual Trademark Infringement:
Actual Trademark Infringement - Could Be Determined By One Or More Infringement Criteria. Possible T.M. infringement criteria may be one or more of the following trademark uses:

1: Feigned ignorance by the provisionally infringing trademark user. What dog and pony show is the T.M. defendant telling the courts?
2: Confusing Similar Trademarks: Confusion is one of the measures that might be analyzed for T.M. infringement. Trademark attorneys and judges look at many factors to differentiate between possible and actual infringement. They include:
3: Defendant's perceived intent in selecting the trademark
4: Willful and deliberate T.M. infringement: The infringer-ignored requests to stop using the trademark front the "alleged" T.M. owner.
5: Ethics: will private investigators discover a history of any unethical actions by the alleged infringer and/or their management in or outside the organization?
6: Provisional infringer’s intent to hurt the alleged rightful trademark owner.
7: Location: Geographical proximity of the goods to the alleged infringed party
8: Honest face: how honest does the alleged infringer “look”? This is not a legal criteria, but one that may influence the outcome. Judges are busy and tired of tricky copycats hiding behind their trademark attorneys.
9: Likelihood of expansion of the invention lines
10: Similar on and offline marketing channels used by interfering parties
11: Identical T.M. is not required to constitute T.M. theft: Detailed analysis into trademark similarity
12: Strength of the trademark
13: Category: Type of goods and the degree of care likely to be exercised by the purchaser
14: Web searches that bring up the same or similar trademarks
15: Find ethical intellectual property attorneys for details and analysis as to how this unwarranted posting might give you points to ponder.

Copyright Infringement:
Illegal use of material protected under copyright. This includes infringing copying the writer's exclusive rights to digitized content such as articles, books, music and software. Copyright is about the form of expression, while patent theft is about stealing the concept behind the invention. Copying IP without written permission from the copyright holder is a serious crime.
See Wikipedia on copyright infringement

Failure To Disclose Prior Art:
A party concerned that there is some chance intellectual property they are using or selling should disclose this fully. Anyone investing money or time might sue the infringer, along with the real intellectual property owner. All harmed parties might even file a case together against the alleged infringer.

Patent & Trademark Filings Not Disclosing Possible Infringement:
Hiding related prior art from patent and trademark examiners can result in complete loss of the IP rights that might have existed.

Web Research Ideas For Inventors & Manufacturers:

2: Brainstorming Versus Fact: Search brainstorming and warnings. This site is for experienced people to get ideas for brainstorming BrainstormRights.Net without actually providing conclusions.  Brainstorming puts out draft content otherwise known as beta content. Search the evolution of beta content and how it might evolve through innovation. Beta content is not finalized. See BetaContent.Com
3: Politics of Innovation: Don’t presume the best idea wins. Adapt innovation to the organization and cultural context. Search politics of innovation and study www.PoliticsOfInnovation.Com to understand the non-legal reasons for non-adoption of innovative breakthroughs.
4: Tricky wiggle room language: Watch for fine legal print. Search “wiggle room” and visit NoWiggleRoom.Com. Tricky language by deceptive people dog and pony game www.DogPonyGame.Net used by unethical infringers, fraudulent marketers and politicians pretending to be “such a nice person”.
5: Wrongful accusations of being some patent troll. Inventing and manufacturing require different electronic skill sets. Institutes from Stanford to Tokyo University develop inventions for licensing, and might be incorrectly labeled as patent trolls seeking royalties. Patent laws reward inventors for hard work. Patent trolls, also called non-practicing entities (NPE) buy patents for litigating. If you are infringing, hope that you are infringing an institute, as they may be more humane unless you play a dog pony IP theft show avoiding royalties. Institutes are uniting against willful infringers by limiting legal wiggle room. Search patent troll, non-practicing entities and institutes.
6: Free Patent Rights Creates Local Jobs. Consider local electronic manufacturing. Intellectual property owners can offer free patent rights in a large country in exchange for helping manufacture the invention. gives free electronic patent rights if you launch the invention.  The IP owner earns patent royalties from other countries.

More Disclaimers:
Attorneys: Find ethical intellectual property attorneys. This article and blog may not have input from licensed intellectual property practitioners.
Unauthorized links to this site: Sites are requested to abstain from linking to this IP page without permission. This and linked disclaimers applies to Invention Springboard ™, Innovation Institute ™ plus their affiliates, and other organizations. While requesting no links to this IP warning page may not be practicing copyrights, it could be an ethical matter if the linker implies the link was authorized. This is not a legal advice page for linkers.
Don’t presume Asian companies are responsible for most infringement. Deceptive western electronic manufacturers practice illegal I.P. theft as well.
Free links about electronic patent rights: Start at
Don’t take anyone’s statement that they own intellectual property rights for granted. Also don’t presume infringement allegations stated or implied, as being factual infringement is indeed a fact until the court decides.

Conclusion On Miss Interpreting Intellectual Property Theft:
Proving actual infringement is complicated. Since infringement is often an uncertain affair, disclose possible infringement or suffer the consequences. Be honest. Disclose, disclose, disclose priority art related to your I.P. Enjoy researching and sharing intellectual property rights, infringement, government technology I.P. policy, future electronic product trends, and interesting electronic inventions at

Adaptive Guide Doesn't Offer Too Much Or Too Little Tech Help. Video Game Example.

Hate It When You Get Stuck? Innovation Institute's Adaptive Guide Tries To Provide Just The Level Of Interactive Help Users Want.  
An overly active Adaptive Guide TM in say video games causes players to complain that the games sort of play themselves. Games that say solve an interactive puzzle for you by offering too much help creates game boredom. 
Players get frustrated with video games that hold the player's hand throughout the game. That unpredictable sense of exploration is missing.
Yet most technology, including video games probably fall too far on the other end of the interactive help spectrum. Users and players get stuck and might not be able to even find a decent help option on the system.
Adaptive Guide lets users select the level of help they seek. Or if it is a training system of some sort the teacher may set the level of automated help options.

Non adaptive video games and other programs are too often a "one package deal". Take it or leave it.  The economy of scale building one great video game is often a smarter option, than building many different games that appeal to different audiences.  Make one great program and adapt the game's many different functions (including the interactive guides) to the users needs.

How today's players complain about non adaptive video game guides.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Video Game Popularity To Increase With Adaptive Game Technology

The Interactive Achievement Awards for video games didn't get as much interest as hoped. There are many reasons. One reason is Interactive Achievement Awards enjoy less facial familiarity than TV stars.

Today's market might consume film for longer periods, while non adaptive games have shorter lives.  Adaptive Game TM technology from Innovation Institute should change game boredom stemming from lack of adaptability says Innovation Institute LLC.
Adaptive Games learns what most interests players.  Then the patent pending technology adapts by tweaking game interactions to peak player interests.  Adaptive Games for example knows the player likes blond or asian characters, then lets the player girls that match the player's ideal "type".  There's much more in the published "Genius Adaptive Design" patent application filed in all major countries.

More reasons for why Interactive Achievement Awards might lack the popularity expected.

Adaptive App Suggests Better Apps For iPhone & Androids

Innovation Institute's unique Adaptive App TM can improve what you get from your apps. The patent pending invention will study your needs, then suggest modifications to the apps to improve your user experience.  The future Adaptive App will offer blue prints for how your favorite apps could become even more adaptable to your unique needs.

Adaptive App Blueprints TM will either provide programmers suggestions for how to modify standard off the shelf apps; or Adaptive App will suggest a better existing app.  In later years, Adaptive App will even take blank template apps and modify them automatically to Adaptively Match TM your needs.

Until the Adaptive App Blueprints release Innovation Institute suggests app users consider Chomp an existing app search engine.  Read more on Chomp:

Other inventions from Innovation Institute will also provide similar services for other types of software used on your home and work computers.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Google Can Delete Unauthorized Content From Your Machine. Adaptive Kill Switch Methods

Google recently yanked apps right out of people's devices. Google helped keep over 250,000 infected Android phones from further harm by infected apps.

Apple, Google plus Microsoft can now remotely delete unauthorized content right from your device. Innovation Institute predicts Adaptive Kill Switch TM technology will get smarter in deleting unauthorized content right through the internet.

The new Microsoft's Windows 8 software for tablets and computers will become more compatible with Innovation Institute's Adaptive Kill Switch TM technology.

More On Deleting Unauthorized Content

China Trashing Space? China Created 150,000 Pieces Of Space Junk In One Day

Chine Will Probably Change Their Space Junk Policy.  Yet China Unfortunately Created 150,000 Pieces Of Space Junk In 2007.

China blew up a Chinese satellite its missile. That created 150,000 smaller pieces of Chinese space junk floating around space. This can be dangerous.
The Chinese space debris might travels up to 17,500 miles/hour - that's 28,000 Km/Hr.  The Chinese are not the only ones to blame. This and space junk from many other countries destroys valuable satellites and spacecraft working in space.  Those accidents will next generate more space fragments floating in space. 

The EU and US are in talks on agreeing to informal rules to control space junk.  But how could an EU US space debris protection control program control the many unintended space accidents? Is fining a satellite managing company a viable solution?  Large fines will create economic incentives to reduce the occurrences of space junk says Innovation Institute's tracking technology program developing the Space Junk Matrix TM and Tracking Matrix TM inventions.

The US is considering using lasers to destroy space fragments.  But that might bust the floating junk into even smaller pieces when the laser interaction doesn't work as desired.

The Swiss have a solution. A proposed EU US space debris protection control program should like the Swiss invention that grabs debris to be redirected to crash back to earth.  But the costs are not predicted to become viable.

Read more on how the Swiss plan to retrieve their space satellites at

Monday, February 13, 2012

Racism? Good & Bad Sides With Outsourcing Innovative Manufacturing To Poor Countries

Are There Good & Bad Sides With Outsourcing? Will Innovative Manufacturing Sent To Poor Countries Only Become A Bad Thing?

While horrible work conditions in many (not all) foreign factories cannot be tolerated, there are positive sides to spreading the wealth to poor countries.  If all humans are equal (presuming that one American person is not any more a person with rights than humans in other countries), then everyone might be given a fairer chance to a good job.

Poor countries have few good jobs. Poor education is part of the problem.  On the job work training helps. As these economies grow from help via international manufacturers, the people there begin to earn more money.  With more money they can start to import more products. Then the increased size of world markets drops prices for manufacturers working on economies of scale.  Everyone benefits on this score.

Let's not be racist and start considering everyone a person with equal rights. Citizenship should not be a form of prejudice.

Look at the other aspects of creating equality via outsourcing.  But remember that companies like Apple will be investigated by certain sects bent against not only inhuman practices, but anything that might make a non American considered equal to an American?

How about more California manufacturing?  See MakeItInCalifornia.COM and MakeItInCalifornia.NET.

This blog and outsourcing view point is not necessarily the opinion held by Innovation Institute LLC or its people.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Adaptive Passwords Beat Biometric Passwords? Biometric Passwords Can Be Copied.

Biometric passwords provide a false sense of security.  Even more adaptive and smarter passwords are the future trend says Innovation Institute, LLC.

"Black Bag" techniques can be used to obtain and copy biometric data while the legitimate user is gaining access.  Unadaptive biometrics has limits. Non adaptive biometric data might be copied by copycat hackers, then used to gain access later. The hacker just pretends to be the real person by uploading the copied biometric data without the legitimate person's knowledge.

Innovation Institute's Adaptive Passwords TM change each time.  The legitimate user need not necessarily know all the aspects of the password "chain". The system's Adaptive Protocol TM will tweak what's needed to fool hackers.

This is all part of the world's largest know patent applications such as "Genius Adaptive Design".

Since patent applications have to be made public, provisional infringers appear to be using a portion of Innovation Institute's decades of research without paying a penny.

Robots Transcend Science Fiction Writer's Imagination

Innovation Institute filed adaptive robot patent applications for over 80 countries.

Tomorrow's robots will do more adaptive things than even today's science fiction writers can conceive. Robots will cleverly adapt in countless ways, says Steven Kays, CEO and inventor from Innovation Institute, LLC.

Here is just one of the countless examples of future robot possibilities.  Robots using paper:

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Silicon Valley's Haves & Have Nots. The Prosperity Gap Widens.

Employment Is Rebounding For Some In Silicon Valley But Not Others. Looking Into The Silicon Valley's Haves & Have Nots. The Prosperity Gap Widens And Widens. Like Much Of The World - The Income Gap Continues To Worsen.

Silicon Valley innovators especially 43% of area households exceeding $100,000 a year have much to brag about. Silicon Valley innovators with health insurance, and teens graduating high school are also doing well.

Read more about the Silicon Valley innovators and have nots

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Innovative Housing Design Protects Against Strong Winds. Allen DuSault

Tomorrow's Innovative Housing Design May Protect Houses From Natural Disasters & Cut Energy Costs.  Plus Smart Housing Looks Way Cool & Trendy.

Living in a box is dangerous when dealing with strong winds: Most design houses into some rectangular box like shape. However squarish designs have lousy geometry when it comes to shedding wind forces. Here is a new concept to fight against the force of wind.

Use earth materials like bricks and "bag house" construction to cut energy costs.  Bag houses use thick clayish material for walls, that keep the house warm at night, and cooler in the day.

Allen DuSault also invented a unique bridge design protecting against earthquakes. Allen DuSault works actively in protecting the earth from human activity.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Business Retaliation

Companies retaliate against other companies in business retaliation. Business punishment often takes the form of suing for infringement of intellectual property rights.

Other Types Of Business & Political Retaliation:

US Supreme Court On 3rd Party Retaliation:


Hackers Retaliating:

Political Retaliation Via Commercial Punishment:
www.PoliticalRetaliation.Com and www.PoliticalRetaliation.Org

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Pirate Bay Offering 3D Downloads. Will Pirate Bay Infringe Inventions?

What's Next? Now Pirate Bay Is Offering 3D Downloads. Will Pirate Bay Infringe Inventions?

International intellectual property laws can punish those that are accessories to infringement. So if Pirate Bay is not careful enough, they may not only end up with copyright law suits, but now end up with patent law suits as well.

Fashion Design Will Become More Automated In Future Years

Adaptive Fashion Design TM will make it easier to design future clothes.  The automative aspect will reduce time and costs.

Fashion Matching Matrix TM is coming.  It designed clothes to match what people want to wear. The future software concept matches people's tastes with clothes that match their tastes.  That is, the fashion likes of the target audience the clothing piece will target, matches what people like to wear.

More coming from Fashion Innovation Institute TM, div of Innovation Institute LLC 707 428-5000.
Free US patent rights on Adaptive Fashion Design available for programmers that will launch Adaptive Fashion Design software.

Invention Catches Hospital Errors

Hospitals need technological innovations to recognize mistakes before it's too late.  The level of human error in hospitals is probably greater than reported says Innovation Institute LLC.

Innovation Institute's Steven Kays invented Adaptive Tracker TM which recognizes when medical practitioners might be making a human error. Innovation Institute's invention analyzes what the doctor or nurse are doing.  When they fall outside the normal "paradigm", the Innovation Institute invention will further analyze what is happening via the Medical Matrix TM system and database.

Adaptive Tracker will notify needed people when it determines there is a high probability for human error.

Until Innovation Institute gets funding for manufacturing this invention in California, hospitals will have to rely more on older medical safe guards and other problems such as in this link

Programmers who can launch the needed software may get free US patent rights.

Call 707 428-5000 For More On Inventions Which Catch Hospital Mistakes.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Inventions Can Read Human & Mice Brains

Innovative Electronic Inventions Can Read Human & Mice Brains