AdMission wint patent op uploaden

3 juni 2005, 03:51

Dit is weer een goed voorbeeld van waar ‘t heen gaat, als software en ideeën gepatenteerd kunnen worden. Laten we hopen dat ‘t in Europa nooit zover komt…

The ‘557 patent faced several legal obstacles over objections that it was being interpreted too broadly. It seems to cover in very general terms the means by which any media file—including photos, videos, music files or even text—is uploaded, undergoes any sort of server-side processing and is displayed on the Web, according to Peter Zollman, founding principal of analyst firm Classified Intelligence.

“The patent doesn’t merely give AdMission exclusive ownership of the processes—it gives AdMission the rights to the concept of uploading files, massaging them and redisplaying them in any sort of standardized, homogenized fashion,” Zollman said. “For AdMission, future licensing revenues are of unfathomable proportions.”

Carl Mangold
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Carl Mangold produceert video advertising en -content voor online marketing, van concept tot en met oplevering. Én realiseert en optimaliseert het bereik ervan, op basis van in overleg gedefinieerde KPI's. “People around the world are now watching hours of Youtube’s incredible content every single day!” (Cristos Goodrow, Youtube) “We move towards a world where video is at the heart of all our services” (Mark Zuckerberg, 27 juli 2016) “Video is where all of media is headed right now. There is no more valuable piece of property or entity then video in the world of media at all.” (Casey Neistat, 6 sept. 2016)


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    Robert Gaal

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    3 juni 2005 om 05:34

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