CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos asks Nathan Myhrvold, CEO and founder of Intellectual Ventures, on his status as a scary figure to some Silicon Valley companies. Myhrvold explains his ideas on patents.
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| April 19, 2006 -- 19:13 GMT (12:13 PDT)
| Topic: Legal
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