As expected, the Supreme Court ruled against Bilski, upholding the Appeals court that a patent must be tied to a particular machine or be transformative -- see the Court's "Slip Opinion" on the case and the Wall Street Journal story Supreme Court Rules Against Inventors in Patent Case. Expect a flood of ink over the next few days as everyone weights in on what this means. I will try to summarize later.
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