More Patent Crap 3 comments

Frank Weyer was awarded patent 6,671,714 which again shows the illiteracy (to be nice) of the folks at the US Patent Office.
As noted at this patent:

… describes what is essentially one of the most basic, most crucial underlying structures of the World Wide Web, namely the domain naming system.

And if not exactly the domain naming system then certainly RFC 1034 (1987) adequately demonstrates prior art (assuming stuff like this should even be allowed a patent).
It appears that this dude simply figured out how to create enough obfuscatory language to deceive the patent droids.
Via Catallarchy.

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