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Old 13-03-2007, 01:04 PM   #1
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This isnt really a joke its creative thinking, using their own laws back at them....

If I copyright my fingerprints can I legally charge a fee to anyone who wants to take them? Same if I copyright my iris? Shall we shall say 2 grand a pop?

If I patent my dna can I make them pay if they want samples?

If I tattoo myself all rights reserved can I sue if they touch me?



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Old 13-03-2007, 01:56 PM   #2
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This isnt really a joke its creative thinking, using their own laws back at them....

If I copyright my fingerprints can I legally charge a fee to anyone who wants to take them? Same if I copyright my iris? Shall we shall say 2 grand a pop?

If I patent my dna can I make them pay if they want samples?

If I tattoo myself all rights reserved can I sue if they touch me?



I've been asking about.

I think it's possible.
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Old 13-03-2007, 02:26 PM   #3
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I've been asking about.

I think it's possible.
Yes I was thinking it may be possible too. I think it is certainly something worth pondering... and I do get a perverse pleasure from using their laws against them when I get the chance LOL
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Old 13-03-2007, 02:34 PM   #4
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Yes I was thinking it may be possible too. I think it is certainly something worth pondering... and I do get a perverse pleasure from using their laws against them when I get the chance LOL
Well, a copy right, I doubt because they would have to be using it for commercial use.

A patent however, that could be done, because no one may re create your dna or what it holds.
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Old 13-03-2007, 02:49 PM   #5
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You might be on to something here. It's worth exploring.

Although, we can't copyright our image if it is taken with a camera can we? So maybe it can't be done, but it is a great idea, check it out.
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Old 13-03-2007, 02:56 PM   #6
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Well, a copy right, I doubt because they would have to be using it for commercial use.

A patent however, that could be done, because no one may re create your dna or what it holds.
Ah yes well patents are quite expensive if you use a patent lawyer, we used one in 1994 ish and it initially cost £600 then. But I am pretty sure you must be able to get their forms and do it yourself, as surely you dont ever really need a lawyer?

I will check it out.
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Old 13-03-2007, 03:01 PM   #7
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How much does it cost?

The normal total payable to The Patent Office to process a United Kingdom (UK) patent application is GBP £200.

It is free to apply for grant of a patent

* GBP £30 (application fee) for a preliminary examination

* GBP £100 for a search

* GBP £70 for a substantive examination

F*ks sake I cant even afford to own myself LOL LOL LOL
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Old 13-03-2007, 03:29 PM   #8
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How much does it cost?

The normal total payable to The Patent Office to process a United Kingdom (UK) patent application is GBP £200.

It is free to apply for grant of a patent

* GBP £30 (application fee) for a preliminary examination

* GBP £100 for a search

* GBP £70 for a substantive examination

F*ks sake I cant even afford to own myself LOL LOL LOL
Sure you can. You just need to save every little penny you can.




And by the way, I'm pretty sure I would know what to do with you.
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Old 13-03-2007, 04:34 PM   #9
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You could register the design of your iris and/or fingerprints.

Registered designs

A registered design gives you a monopoly right for the look of a product, protecting both the shape and the pattern or decoration.

A registered design will cover the lines, contours, colours, shape, texture and materials of the product or its ornamentation.

To be registered, a design must:

* be new

* have individual character; meaning, it should not remind an informed person of an existing design.

If your design meets these requirements, you may want to consider applying for a registered design.

If you have a registered design, you must renew it every 5 years for up to 25 years.

Mines meets those requirements lol


Further thought on the patenting of your own DNA .. possible drawbacks could be refusal of medical help in emergencies ie they may not wish to operate on you in an emergency incase they are accused of stealing your DNA.

That is the only drawback I can see this far.



And no, you just think you do Lordship.
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Old 14-03-2007, 07:42 AM   #10
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Further thought on the patenting of your own DNA .. possible drawbacks could be refusal of medical help in emergencies ie they may not wish to operate on you in an emergency incase they are accused of stealing your DNA.
GOOD!!!! That is not a drawback.
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Old 14-03-2007, 09:09 AM   #11
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You could register the design of your iris and/or fingerprints.

Registered designs

A registered design gives you a monopoly right for the look of a product, protecting both the shape and the pattern or decoration.

A registered design will cover the lines, contours, colours, shape, texture and materials of the product or its ornamentation.

To be registered, a design must:

* be new

* have individual character; meaning, it should not remind an informed person of an existing design.

If your design meets these requirements, you may want to consider applying for a registered design.

If you have a registered design, you must renew it every 5 years for up to 25 years.

Mines meets those requirements lol


Further thought on the patenting of your own DNA .. possible drawbacks could be refusal of medical help in emergencies ie they may not wish to operate on you in an emergency incase they are accused of stealing your DNA.

That is the only drawback I can see this far.



And no, you just think you do Lordship.
*rubbing his hand after it being smacked*

I guess I deserved that one.
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Old 14-03-2007, 11:13 AM   #12
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GOOD!!!! That is not a drawback.
lol. very true. this is brilliant. good work.
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Old 15-03-2007, 03:15 PM   #13
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excellent idea , after all the devil is in the detail .As our parents were responsible for our manufacture creation etc from the planning stage up till we reach maturity and become our own person we should legaly be entitled to represent ourselve s, in truth we do .We need keanu from the devils advocate on the case , but keep up the good work , definaltley onto something there .
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