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This book exposes legalized control of technical matters where judicial beliefs in pseudo-science prevail and even overrule laws of nature. Readers will get a bird's-eye view of how courts react to high-tech issues. It presents a historical account of the author's invention of the ballpoint barcode reader (1964), its exploitation, and his court case against the U. S. government charging invention infringement. Masquerade of Justice deals with the inadequacies of our court system to competently decide high-tech cases.
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Herbert Judin holds six patents in electro-optical technology, has a B.A. degree in physics and a Master's degree in electrical engineering. He has pioneered in the development of star- and planet-tracking systems and worked in NASA ultra-violet lens programs. After formation of his own electro-optical company, he served as president for over 15 years.
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Book Description Chicago Spectrum Press, 2006. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. first edition. 198 pages. 8.80x6.00x0.50 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1583741410