Skip to comments.Clinton harmonizing patient office with japan
Posted on 10/28/2012 10:44:13 AM PDT by edcoil
This goes back a ways but can I get the links to information where Ron Brown under Clinton gave our technology to china during the duel use changes and, Clinton destroying our patient office by harmonizing and giving disks to japan? Thanks.
Sure, you can get them.
Do you mean PATENT office?
This may be hugh, but is probably not series.
I think you mean ‘patent’ office.
I think you mean ‘patent’ office. Search for articles by Timberlake (I think).
China not Japan.
Care to start all over again?
I got a call when Clinton was in office from somebody in his administration where they had some Chinese coming to visit and they wanted to know if they could share(give) my company’s patents with/to them.
I said no of course being that my company is private but I suppose that held no restriction on publicly financed research that was owned by the government I am sure much was transferred.
On a similar note of the time period in question
I visited Ames research inn the early 90’s and met with one of the managers there and he relayed a story where he happened to notice a Chinese guy monopolizing the copy machine so he called security and he turned out to be a Chinese national copying classified material without permission. He was not arrested, just escorted off site.
My impression is they handed off about anything they could and what they did not they got most of what they wanted anyway
Patent applications are published by all countries in publicly accessible databases 18 months after filing. Granted patents (which most often vary more or less from the applications) are published in the same databases.
There is nothing to “give away” in that sense. It is public data, available to anyone on earth.
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