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I see that "indicia of extortion" is becoming the latest catchphrase (along with "non-practicing entities," "patent assertion entities," etc.) to describe patent troll activity. Actually, extortive behavior does seem like a pretty decent test for finding patent litigation abuse. It will be interesting to read the inevitable, future tussles over defining "extortion" and its "indicia."
http://www.generalpatent.com/blog/

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