ReEncryption is defined as a technology i.e. the U.S. Patent Interference No.105,229 (Davis v. Saito) that was declared on August 24, 2004 and closed on March 1, 2005 against the Intel U.S. patent No. 5,805,706 (application No. 08/633,581) that was re-issued later as U.S. patent No. RE40,694 (application No.11/016,685) and is called as apparatus and method for re-encrypting data without unsecured exposure of its non-encrypted format.
Since Intel failed to overcome the U.S. patent interference and to validate the re-issue application by February 8, 2005, Intel decided to buy Saito's invention from Mitsubishi via IV's shell company i.e. Intarsia Software LLC (pages 63 and 64 ), but Mitsubishi avoided signing the assignment of patent rights for some reasons, and Intel signed it illegally on February 8, 2005 to put out Saito's invention.
The documents are available in the USPTO image file wrappers of the application No. 08/633,581 (total 6 pages of 10-04-2010 e.g. the copy of letter to Intel) and the re-issue application No. 11/016,685 (total 65 pages of 09-07-2011 e.g. the same legal authority called corporate auditor was shared by Intel and Mitsubishi during and after the U.S. patent interference).
The signature on the assignment was illegally made on February 8, 2005 by Intel (as shown in Intel custodian list - page 51 and Item No. 925) instead of Mitsubishi (as shown in SEC report - page 24/24) before Notary in Tokyo and then the U.S. patent interference was illegally settled on March 1, 2005 before Board of USPTO, meaning that Mitsubishi has illegally played as part of Intel since February 8, 2005.
Hence, both Intel and Mitsubishi need the signature of inventor-Saito to validate the assignment dated February 8, 2005 filed in USPTO and to solve the long-standing patent frauds, but this can be solved only between Intel and inventor-Saito because of the U.S. patent interference.
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