At home bondholders39 liquidating trust
IPR2015-00662, IPR2015-00666, 2016 WL 8969204, at *24 (P.
According to the patents, rapid advancements in internet technology and “visually pleasing” graphics have increased the use of advertising and other promotional materials displayed with web pages.
BACKGROUNDAt Home Bondholders' Liquidating Trust (“At Home”) owns the '045 and '698 patents directed to a method of monitoring and controlling information delivered over a computer network. The '698 patent is a continuation-in-part of the '045 patent and shares substantially the same specification.
Because the Board did not err in its decisions, we affirm. Typically, when a user clicks on a Uniform Resource Locator (“URL”), that action triggers the user's terminal to send a request over the network to retrieve the web page associated with the URL.
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The requested web page with its banners are often stored or “cached” on the user's terminal, or on an intermediary server like a proxy server, for a specified period of time.
That way, if the user requests the same page within that time period, the web page and the banners “can be loaded directly from the terminal's memory.” See id.
Also represented by JUSTIN LILE CONSTANT, AUDREY LYNN MANESS; JARED BOBROW, Redwood Shores, CA.
Google LLC (“Google”) appeals from two final written decisions of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“the Board”) result-ing from four inter partes review (“IPR”) proceedings concluding that claims 49–53, 55–59, 61–67, and 69–73 of U. Patent 6,286,045 (“'045 patent”) and claims 1–3, 5–7, 9, 11–20, 22, 24–31, 34–39, 41–47, and 49 of U. Patent 6,014,698 (“'698 patent”) are not unpatentable as obvious.