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Patent holding companies, known as 'trolls' for their business practices, are costly to fight legal battles against. A recent academic paper attempts to put a cost on the losses these trolls create.
Some light trolling can be fun on the internet, but Arizona's governors disagree. If you're a troll you could be looking at 25 years in prison if you just so happen to mess around occasionally.
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