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Subject: Re: Use and encumbrances


I am not aware of any such encumbrances, and feel fairly sure they do 
not exist, but that is not something I am offering as a sueable statement!

*** If there were IPR issues, I am sure the IPR should reside with you - 
the work has mainly originated from you. ***

The only thing that I am aware of that may (but probably is not) be an 
issue is that Microsoft are rumoured to have said they were going to 
provide a biometric API and an associated biometric exchange protocol in 
a future release.  That is an nth party rumour, and I know no more.

But I am not a lawyer, nor an expert in patent law etc, nor do I take 
very much interest in such issues.....

So .... I can only make the personal statement that I am not aware of 
any such issues.  Certainly I personally would **not** claim any such 

John L

Phillip H. Griffin wrote:
> John,
> Are you aware of any intellectual property (patents, copyright,
> etc.) related to the XCBF work?
> Phil

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    Prof John Larmouth
    Larmouth T&PDS Ltd
    (Training and Protocol Development Services Ltd)
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    Bowdon                               j.larmouth@salford.ac.uk
    Cheshire WA14 3LS                    (put "Hi John" in subject)
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