W3C User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working Group Patent Disclosures

This page summarizes disclosures by participants in W3C's User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working Group about intellectual property, as required by section 2.2 of the W3C Process Document.

W3C takes no position regarding either:

  1. the validity or scope of any intellectual property right or other rights that might be claimed to pertain to the implementation or use of the technology, or
  2. the extent to which any license under such rights might or might not be available.

Disclosures by UAWG participants

This section lists disclosures by UAWG participants. Currently, there are no disclosures.

Third-party disclosures

This section lists third-party disclosures related to work produced by the UAWG. Currently, there are no disclosures.

How to disclose patent claims

Patents essential to these deliverables should be disclosed according to section 3 of W3C's Current Patent Practice Note.

Note: As of January 2002, W3C is working on a new patent policy. The UAWG is expected to adopt the completed policy with the rest of W3C.

Ian Jacobs
This document draws heavily on the XML Signature Working Group Disclosures page, by Joseph Reagle and Donald Eastlake III
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