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EpicRealm Website Patents

In November 2006, PUBPAT filed formal requests with the United States Patent and Trademark Office to review two patents held by epicRealm Licensing Inc. that the patent licensing company - which offers no products or services - is widely asserting against providers of dynamic websites, i.e. websites that can produce custom responses to individual visitors or users. In its filings, PUBPAT submitted prior art that the Patent Office was not aware of when reviewing the applications that led to the two patents, described in detail how the prior art invalidates the patents and asked that the patents be revoked. In January, 2007, the Patent Office granted PUBPAT's requests. In June 2008, the PTO rejected the first of the two patents.

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