dartben: And yes, SCOTUS said naturally occurring DNA is not patentable, but artificially created DNA can be patented.
Gone to Plaid: Setting Mickey Mouse aside, it's interesting that almost all of Disney's classic characters were derived from other literary works. If it wasn't for the fact that these were in the public domain due to the copyright laws at the time, there would be no Snow White, Cinderalla, etc.
Teiritzamna: Life of the Author +70 years was Europe's idea, not Disney's.
raerae1980: But, what does this mean, "The justices said it can patent a type of DNA that goes beyond extracting the genes from the body."
Diogenes: Well there goes many Farkers' dreams of cloning Angelina's boobs.
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