An introduction to Elliptic Curve Cryptography
Posted Mar 11, 2006 8:33 UTC (Sat) by LetterRip
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[QUOTE]You're infringing even if you had made the discovery earlier, unless:
- you've patented the discovery, or
- you've made the information into prior art (public)
Just inventing it earlier is not enough. [/QUOTE]
Actually I believe that is incorrect (at least for the US).
I'm not a lawyer, but as I recall as long as you documented your prior invention - then your invention has primacy. Things like lab notes and other formal documentation procedures can be used to establish this.
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