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  • kgutwin:
    There’s something called prior-art.
    So yes, he can sue you, but it’s very easy to defend in court and then patent gets rejected completely.
    That’s why many obvious patents are useless as you can easily find prior art. Althrought it might cost you some $$$ to defend yourself.

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