Canada Rejects Amazon’s One-Click Patent

The Canadian Patent Appeal Board has rejected Amazon’s patent application (CA 2246933 A1) for its one-click online shopping feature, according to a report in ipFrontline. The Board’s decision deals a blow against so-called business methods, which it believes are not patentable subject matter under the Canadian Patent Act.

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