OpenMarket and European Internet – The GDPR Summary Page
There are a number of interesting impacts of the US6370629 (and especially the EP0997808A3 Patent Fraud) on the enforcement of the GDPR requirements
In the EU there is a key piece of the Open Market’s digital regulation called the GDPR – Global Data Protection Regulation. This article – brief as it is reviews the US6370629 Settlement as codified by USDC 14-CV-03629/WHA, and its requirements to take offshore frauds to those local courts, and how that affects the use of Microsoft (Apple, and many others) software in the EU nations.
BRIEF: See the full Brief here on the enforcement instance issues with the GDPR regulation in the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) operations, ones which are not readily disclosed. To summarize these include
- the outright impossibility factor in meeting the GDPR requirements because no Nation has formally dealt with the EP0997808a3 patent fraud as it pertains to Article 17 Human Rights guarantee to Property Ownership; and its larger European Commission Convention on Human and Property Rights shown here.
- seizure process as well as the IPREP (IP Rights) Directives (31 and 48, 48(01)) as they control the use of US6370629 through the EP0997808a3 patent fraud in those nations.
- International impact with other EU and related Nations in the European Economic Area (EEA) and Association of Nations not in the EU but who abide by its Trade Regulations and IP Law requirements like the EU-Mercosur Nations trade agreement shown here
- On the European Commissions Law on Processing Personal Data and the rights attached to it, which cannot be met from the US6370629 ruling in USDC 14-03629/WHA
- International Impact (including Communication Law) with the other 6 Nations with US6370629 frauds in them (Australia AP54015/99, Brazil BR9904979A, Canada CA2287596a, Korea KR20000032593a, Japan JP2000163379a, and South Africa ZA9906799a) several of whom have independent contractual/treaty based relationships including Global Trade Agreements all in violation of Global and European Commission.
- On the concept of the open, One-Digital Market and Schengen itself, both tied to the US6370629 and its EP0997808a3 patent fraud.
In closing there are many other issues, but these create as a starting point, a barrier regarding the property theft rights against the various Member Nations of the European Union and also are codified in the Council of Europe’s Property Rights as defined in Article1 Protocol 1 as well further cementing that the European Member Nations party of the Council of Europe and its Human Rights Court’s authorities are bound through that angle as well.
See how this also folds into GDPR and related compliance with 393 derivatives controlled by the USDC 14-03629/WHA ruling.
See also our DMCA page where we talk about the Software controlled by the USDC 14-03629/WHA ruling. Its now over 393 patents software products, including 275 plus US6370629 Derivatives, and those of the US6393129 numbering 118 at this publication instance. All of these trigger the same problems with licensing in the EU jurisdiction or any of those in those seven patent filing fraud jurisdictions which US6370629 was filed and abandoned in.