[Discuss] Tesla: "All Our Patent Are Belong To You"
Dr. Peter Troxler
trox at fabfolk.com
Fri Jun 13 08:02:35 UTC 2014
I wonder if we should approach them for clarification …?
an “automotive OIN” would probably quite disruptive … which automakers (or makers of cars) would most probably join? GM or Google?
On 13 Jun 2014, at 10:53, Andrew Katz <Andrew.Katz at moorcrofts.com> wrote:
> This is fascinating, and good news, although it's not clear whether it's an abandonment, licence or non-assert. It would be interesting if they used their patents as the basis of some form of copyleft, so that other manufacturers using their technology also had to license any patents (and possibly designs) derived from the patented material on the same terms. Or they could donate them to an automotive equivalent of the Open Invention Network.
> - Andrew
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