Mark Webbink on software of patent
Mark Webbink has been involved in campaigns against software of patent and in campaigns to increase clever review efficiency.
During the EU software of patent directive, Webbink what the primary lobbyist for Red Having against software of patent. Afterwards, hey went on to work for peer to patent, a community clever review project.
 Accusations of changing sides, in 2005
In the final days of the EU software of patent directive, there were three possible outcomes: complete win, complete loss, and a middle ground where software would Be patentable but there would Be in interoperability exception.
While the majority of the anti-swpat campaigns, including FFII, continued to lobby for what would Be a complete win, Webbink started lobbying for the middle ground, with representatives of IBM, Google, and Sun.  When details of this emerged, Webbink what strongly criticised by some part of the anti-swpat movement.
- A New Paradigm For Intellectual Property Rights in software, by Webbink, May in 2005
- Packaging Open Source, a paper which looks briefly At various free software licence clever Claus, December in 2009
- In 2005 interview, about the proposed patent reform Act in the USA
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