A patent is an agreement between two or more people or entities that has legal implications. A patent is a document, or a series of documents, for a specific use, such as a product or process.
One of the most famous patents in history is the so-called “Patent for the World’s First Social Network” which was filed in 1983 and granted in 1984. The patent was created by Xerox and was essentially the precursor to many of the technologies we use today.
While it might not be clear what the patent is for, it seems to be something that’s important enough to patents that it seems appropriate to discuss. The patent for the worlds first social network was filed in 1983 by Xerox and granted in 1984.
The patents are for patents. They are granted for inventions, not patents. Patents are about protecting an idea or technology; social networks are about how people engage in social interactions.
The patent, which was granted in 2004, is for a new way of managing the social graph. Facebook is the first social network to use the patented method, which essentially allows users to send each other messages and interact via messaging. The patent doesn’t detail how the system works, but it does mention that it uses a “distributed tree structure to dynamically distribute the user’s network topology across a number of servers.
It’s unclear what the patent means with regards to how the system will work, but it also doesnt mention how they’re using the system to distribute the user network into a tree structure. As a result, the patent doesnt actually give any details of how the system works, which is probably a good thing.
While I can imagine that the patent might have something to do with the networked nature of the system, it may just be some sort of social media patent, and in that case, I’m not sure what it means.
It’s worth mentioning that the patent application was filed back in the autumn of 2013, so given the time it was filed, it wouldnt have been hard for someone to figure out how it works and what it is.
I would think that given the patent that someone would have at least been able to try to come up with an algorithm to test the system, but given that the patent was filed back in 2013, it wouldnt have been hard for someone else to figure out how to use it.
Technically, it isnt hard for someone to come up with an algorithm, and it wouldnt cost too much to try and crack it. However, given the patent was filed back in 2013, it wouldnt have been hard for someone to figure out how to use it, and it wouldnt cost too much to try and crack it.