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As long as there have been online communities, beginning with bulletin board systems, there have been trolls.
According to Whitney Phillips, a New York University lecturer, Usenet users first used “the word ‘troll’ to describe someone who deliberately disrupted online discussions in order to stir up controversy.” Whenever 4chan rose to prominence in the mid-2000s, users began to proudly describe themselves as trolls.
We can’t forget about the know-it-alls, the stalkers, and the ones who are just genuinely funny.
Knowing which kind of troll you are dealing with can help you plan your defense against them.
The Administration further stated the USPTO will tighten scrutiny of patent claims that appear overly broad, and will aim to curb patent-infringement lawsuits against consumers and small-business owners using off-the-shelf technology. Congress, Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) sponsored legislation in 2013 intended to reduce the incidence of patent trolling.
The President asked Congress to enact legislation to more aggressively curb "abusive" lawsuits. The bill, called the Patent Litigation Integrity Act, would help judges make patent trolls pay for the cost of the lawsuits, especially if the trolls lost the lawsuits.
Patent troll is a categorical or pejorative term applied to person or company that attempts to enforce patent rights against accused infringers far beyond the patent's actual value or contribution to the prior art, often through hardball legal tactics (frivolous litigation, vexatious litigation, SLAPP, chilling effects, and the like). In 2015, 45% of all patent cases were filed in the Eastern District of Texas in Marshall, as this court was known for favoring plaintiffs and for its expertise in patent suits.
Patent trolls often do not manufacture products or supply services based upon the patents in question. However, in May 2017 the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in a unanimous decision in TC Heartland LLC v.
Since then, Internet users have had to deal with trolls in a number of ways, in nearly every corner of the internet.