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Let me preface this by saying I am not a lawyer. That said, if you infringe a patent you can be sued. In the US, It doesn't matter if you don't sell the actual product. Think of it this way. If you make something that is patented instead of buying it you represent a lost sale to the patent owner. So my guess is you shouldn't infringe on a patent on YouTube ...


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As we used to say "Do you walk to school or do you carry your lunch?" The question is a non-sequitur. Being granted a patent has absolutely nothing to do with your freedom to operate. Your patent affects others' freedom to operate. Your patent confers no positive rights for you to do anything. The only way your patent application process impacts ...


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