Well, I have to say when one wants to get the attention of a massive corporation, just give them information that is critical to their competitors. Reece finally made contact with Mr. Borgatti, the Vice President of Production, at Technology Gold. Once Mr. Borgatti learned that Reece held the technical schematics of Adam’s matrix, he opened his doors as if we were royalty. Of course, he requested we sign a non-disclosure agreement.
Now, I’m guessing this is some type of violation on a variety of patent laws, but I don’t think Mr. Borgatti cares. I was told it really didn’t matter because the software that governs Adam’s matrix is so broad in design, Technology Gold would have violated the patents anyway even if they came up with the designs for the framework themselves. Reece said this is one of many problems when patenting software.
Get this, even if Central Circuit decided to go after Technology Gold for patent right infringement, Technology Gold also owns an arsenal of patents that they could use to turn around and sue Central Circuit for the same thing. I like to think of it as a patent stand-off.
I’m just hoping Technology Gold is able to rectify the mechanical issues that forced Adam’s android body to go into surgery in the first place. Normally this wouldn’t be a concern of mine, but it appears that I am unable to upload from his shell. I haven’t shared this information with Reece or Jade yet. The last thing they need is more stress.
Anyway, Mr. Borgatti and a team of engineers tweaked the design of Adam’s matrix, reworded it just a tad, and filed this “new design” with the U.S. Patent Office. He also sent a team of lawyers to a Federal Court House in Marshal, Texas to file an injunction of some short with Central Circuit.
Reece also mentioned Adam’s matrix was designed by a Swedish man named Rasmus Johansson and patented through an Arizona patent company. This company later put his patent to auction, with a variety of other patents, and they all sold for 5.3 billion dollars to Solid Interventions who has close ties with Central Circuit. Mr. Borgatti says Solid Interventions is just a shell company that belongs to Central Circuit. I think it is interesting that Solid Interventions allows Central Circuit to use their newly acquired patented technical schematics at no cost, but sues any companies that may violate those patents. However, if these companies joined Solid Interventions and paid them a yearly fee then Solid Intervention would reportedly protect them from these lawsuits. Fcrashes is keeping me busy.
Stay vigilant.urthermore, if a company under the protection of Solid Interventions violates someone else’s patents then that company had better think twice before they sue because with the combined patent arsenal of Central Circuit and Solid Intervention, it is a strong chance the company filing the lawsuit is violating one of their patents. Then there is a countersuit. Mr. Borgatti rambled on and stressed how Central Circuit also received a percentage of Solid Interventions’ yearly gross, as I just sat there contemplating on what I should have for lunch.
Either way I’m indifferent and have much more serious problems to deal with. Preventing a complete break down within our society, stopping a hostile alien force from taking over the planet, and getting out of this mechanical body before it