One hundred forty of America’s leading startup investors sent a letter today urging Congress to enact broad patent reform legislation. The letter -- signed by early investors in companies like Twitter, Facebook, Dropbox, Kickstarter, Redfin, and Instagram, and organized by Engine Advocacy and the App Developers Alliance - calls on Congress to support reforms that include increased demand letter transparency and limiting the scope of expensive litigation discovery.
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