Hartman Discusses Impact Her Writings Had on Commerce and Internet Development

NSF Commercializes Telecom in 1990-1991
NSF Commercializes Telecom in 1990-1991
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Internet becomes a conduit for Business and Education in 1990’s
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Hartman alleges that the 3 proposals and that she submitted to the government via the Small Business Innovation Research Program or SBIR were reviewed by numerous government employees including the National Science Foundation in 1990-1991 . The impact of her writings regarding using computers to transact goods , information , and services ONLINE was instrumental in the revolution that occurred in the Telecommunications Industry in the early 1990′s . She introduced the benefits of putting Commerce online. Although , she alleges her writings about Commerce were the catalyst(s) for this change which is responsible for the development of today’s INTERNET ( the one that made its debut after 1990 ) – she is still being overlooked for the usual reasons .

Those of you old enough to remember ( at least 35 or older ) know that the INTERNET as we know it was not in use in the 1980′s because it did not exist . You also remember Commerce as being traveling to a brick and mortar or otherwise wood frame “store” to shop for whatever and returning home . View documents above to see indications of just when and how the change(s) occurred within the Internet after Commerce was introduced into the telecommunications network . After 1990 there was a tremendous jump in Internet Providers or ISP ( Internet Service Providers ) because of the additional amount of users including businesses and consumers that began to use the Internet .

The changes not only ushered in the computer age where computers started to become as common as the telephone or radio had been with at least one per household but all kinds of innovation and different types of jobs began to appear . We are forever into the information age now and Hartman alleges that her contributions significantly contributed to that . Hartman avers that her writings about Commerce – commercializing telecommunications and its impact on growing revenue , the economy , providing jobs and opportunities for other innovations were reviewed by the government . Commerce which had been previously frowned upon even prohibited on certain portions of the prior existing telecom structure was adopted by the government as the result of seeing the possible benefits as expressed by Hartman in her writings .

The Accessing Accessibility Process which was a Business Method invented by her and teaches the concept of using computers to transact the exchange of data , services , and goods Online or transacting cyberspace revolutionized the telecom industry in the 1990′s leading to the development and debut around 1994-1995 of what we commonly refer to today by only one name , the INTERNET . Hartman alleges that these were her ideas and seemingly small , nevertheless made a huge impact on telecommunications . An impact felt even today as the Internet continues to grow . Hartman alleges that the adoption of this method transformed the previous telecommunications structure which at its onset around 1967 was referred to as the “internetting projects” and made those associated with it very profitable . However , thus far there has been no recognition of her by the government or the industry .

The Industry and stock market called the Nasdaq is very successful as well as a result of Commercialization . The entire country has benefitted from a simple concept with a whole lot of wallop and that is using the cyberspace of computers in which to talk , shop , and communicate with each other . The inventor who wrote and talked about the benefits of Commercializing telecommunications and making those services and attributes accessible to businesses and consumers – today 22 years later is still seeking recognition and compensations for her contributions not just to the industry but to the nation which was saved from a deep recession by the prosperity of the ’90′s . Whether you want to call it , the Information Super Highway , Internet 2 , or simply the Internet – there is no doubt that a change occurred after 1990 and the introduction of Commerce . Today that commerce is taken for granted and the woman who made it all possible by sharing her ideas of how the country could be advanced ignored .

ANS was a consortium which consisted of Merit Networks , IBM , and MCIMAIL and was commissioned by the National Science Foundation . These companies may have carried out the research and development having been in the industry – some from its inception . However , Hartman alleges that the ideas regarding Commercialization of the Industry and how the process if introduced into the Telecommunications structure would impact the economy and the nation came from her .

Will Black Inventor With Claim(s) to the Internet Get Justice ?

Dorothy M. Hartman , CEO of ABFY JEWELERS and self proclaimed Inventor of the INTERNET is now on Justice Watch . She says that her patent application for a business method entitled ACCESSING ACCESSIBILITY PROCESS which was instrumental in developing Internet is finally to be reviewed by Judges on the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences at the United States Patent and Trademark Office .

The BPAI or Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences is the governing body of the United States Patent and Trademark Office .Ms. Hartman says that her intellectual property rights which are just as responsible , if not more so for the development of the INTERNET/worldwide web as those of the technology industry. During 1990 , when Ms. Hartman presented her ideas on commercializing telecommunications in order to improve economy a large part of the telecom industry was in the process of being phased out . Its structure was not conducive to commerce or use by average Americans .

The ideas that Ms. Hartman shared with the U.S. Small Business Administration , Pa. Department of Commerce , and other funding programs through the government’s SBIR ( Small Business Innovation Research ) were submitted to the National Science Foundation . Ms. Hartman says that her ideas which were the ones to produce the new invention called the INTERNET were researched and developed by the NSF. After the transformation of the preexisting telecom network into the overwhelmingly successful INTERNET , Ms. Hartman claims that the federal government has continued to suppress her rights to her own intellectual property. The government has neither acknowledged nor compensated her for her contributions .

Although there were other vital inventive steps that Hartman shared with the United States Federal Government regarding this invention, the two most critical are as follows . Hartman introduced in her business method (1) the use of cyberspace ( that virtual space which exists between computers and through which they communicate with each other ) as a marketplace for the exchange of information , goods , and services . (2) Secondly , she introduced making the technology available to the average consumer ( typically someone 18 years of age or older with buying power ) so that they could intearact with businesses and businesses could interact with them . The use of Cyberspace as a meeting place or market which is virtual allows an infinite number of transactions . This what makes the Internet expansive and represents the core teachings by Hartman of an invention that spans the globe . Although there are other inventive steps that are products of these two – these were transformative over prior telecommunications art which had existed since 1967 . These were not steps that were produced by phone , chip or computer makers or programmers but by Hartman . She alleges that these ideas are her intellectual property .

Therefore the INTERNET as we know it today and which often has been nicknamed the “Information Super Highway ” did not debut until after 1994 and was a direct result of the intervention of Dorothy M. Hartman’s innovative proposals through the Small Business Innovation Research Programs . Hartman’s says she has endured for over 20 years , the government’s confiscation of her intellectual property and its distributing credit and prosperity to the those who built the preexisting technology .

Technology without imagination and innovation has very limited uses . Fortunately that is changing as more and more innovation is sought . The mobile phone market and other aspects of technology continue to change . Hartman argues that it would have been impossible without her . The INTERNET is the gift that keeps on giving as by its very nature it offers continuous opportunities of education , growth , and innovation . It’s creator has not been rewarded .

She has never received a dime of compensation , an iota of thanks or recognition . Conversely she has been persecuted , defamed , demonized , and dehumanized . Ms. Hartman says this is both the continued practice of institutionalized racism and discrimination which was practiced against her in 1990 and now corporate greed which reigns today because of the success of the INTERNET . She is a black woman who is also handicapped by disability .  Her invention(s) changed the world and she should be rewarded accordingly .

After almost 9 years of practicing malfeasance and every corruption of jurisprudence in order to deny her a patent for her invention (the Accessing Accessibility Process ) – the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO.gov) has finally agreed to set a date for an oral hearing before judges . Hartman says she is doubtful there will be justice as the USPTO is still deliberately delaying and holding back prosecution of her patent application #11003123 so as to allow time for what she claims is a back stabbing law signed into law by the present administration and set to go into effect on September 13 , 2012 .

Ms.Hartman states that after 20 years of trying to work within the system of the U.S. government and cooperating in every way that she could with the United States Patent and Trademark Office that it would finally be fair with her and give her just due – she is being further harmed and that the trap has been set by the government to legislate itself out of violation of her constitutional rights .

The new law set to take effect on September 13 , 2012 will change patent law in the United States from what it has been FIRST TO INVENT to FIRST TO FILE which will give rights over to corporations which have the money and connections to get the patents they need through the patent office . Those inventing after her – using her invention as their template would then have priority . Even though Ms. Hartman’s case which has been held up by the patent office for going on nine years – during which time it has changed its own rulings 8 times ( in what Ms. Hartman’s considers an effort to deny her intellectual property rights ) and has removed her case from Appeal twice without just cause- her case has not yet gone before judges .

Ms. Hartman says that the Patent Office is trying to time it out so that any decisions made by the BPAI judges be it just or unjust will occur on the cusps of the law change , which would strip her of residual rights . Ms. Hartman says she is trying to find a Constitutional Rights attorney , preferably one with an Intellectual Property background or an Intellectual Property Rights attorney with a penchant for Civil / Constitutional Rights to represent her.

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Public Hearing July 24 , 2012 for Black “Internet” Inventor

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences will hear Oral arguments regarding patenting of the Accessing Accessibility Process

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This is a business method introduced to the federal government in 1990 by its inventor , Dorothy M. Hartman

The Inventor alleges that this process when reduced to practice comprises today’s modern Internet or Internet 2

The Public Hearing forthe Black Internet Inventor is to be held Tuesday , July 24 , 2012 , 9 am Eastern time at the United States Patent and Trademark official headquarters in Alexandria , Virginia .

This business method introduced in 1990 by Ms. Hartman proposed “commercializing “ the preexisting telecommunications network by (1) using the computer which had previously been used primarily for data storage and computation , as the medium for business , (2) using cyberspace – that virtual space in which computers communicate with each other – as the marketplace where data , products ,and services would be exchanged and (3) to make this restructured telecommunications network accessible to the ordinary consumer . This inventor invented concepts regarding telecom cyberspace which is the core inventive step for information superhighway and Internet 2.

Although there are other components to the method – these constitute the crux of the proprietary information which Hartman shared with the government to show how the Telecom industry which had been previously underutilized could be improved . At the age of 46 although impaired by a functional nervous disorder complicated by other impairments suffered during a near fatal bout of influenza in her teen years – she had conceived a way to work from home .

She was completely excited about starting her own home-based business in telecommunications services and sharing her inventive ideas on telecom cyberspace with others and wanted to share the opportunity . She realized the huge impact that practicing this new way of doing business would have on commerce – from the sale of computers and phone services to the creation of new jobs and titles . All of this information she shared with government agencies in the hopes of obtaining venture capital for her own enterprise as well .

Although the government readily took in her ideas and the National Science Foundation used them to transform a flailing telecom industry, the next 22 years have been filled with financial hardship and suffering for Ms. Hartman .  Her requests for funding were denied and she has since been treated as a pariah regarding her own intellectual property which was essentially confiscated by the government . She has had no input or control over what was done with her property as her rights and the credit for her work were handed over to others . However Ms. Hartman contributed to today’s digital world .

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The technology and the telecom industry which had existed since 1967 and already had latent features , email , data storage , IP’s and mobile phones were beginning to emerge – nevertheless was grossly underutilized . These were mostly shared by academic institutions and Wall Street and a few elite . There were also few military and some limited uses in the medical field . The telecom industry had existed for about 30 years before the INTERNET as we know it made its debut around 1995 . It was the use of Ms. Hartman’s contributions that produced the INTERNET which has existed for the past 20 or so years. The core model of the previous industry was changed from the Arpanet to the Internet .

The inventor of the Accessing Accessibility Process who is a black female claims that it was the use of her ideas in “commercializing” telecommunications and making it “accessible” to the populations at large is what contributed to the rush to “online businesses” and the development and continuous expansion of the Internet . The tech industry has become so expansive and successful that it has its own stock market , the Nasdaq

Her concepts about using Cyberspace which is infinite and therefore boundless as a marketplace or just a general space in which infinite transactions could occur is what gives the INTERNET -its expansive characteristics. That is why it has by far become the most successful invention of the 20th century and very profitable for some – especially those already associated with the industry . It is unique amongst inventions .

Ms. Hartman says that the restoration of her intellectual property rights through patenting her ideas would not be harmful to the industry , but conversely will be helpful . Justice would be achieved . Public access to the Internet will always be preserved as that is its design . Millionaire and billionaire corporations should pay royalties as they have prospered from her invention . Her rights are the same as any other inventor and therefore she should be compensated accordingly . Not discriminated against because of skin color , gender , handicap or any other superficial reason . The size and success of the Internet is a good thing and she should be rewarded not shut out  and oppressed .

Hartman says that her prototype small business Talk Shoppe Inc. which was the first telecommunications services business of its kind in data retrieval and brokering services was lost . Her other inventions in child safety furniture marketed by others because of her financial hardships and other personal losses have resulted damages to her . Not only was she denied funding by the federal government agencies to which she entrusted her innovative ideas in the hopes of starting her own business , but was betrayed.

Her ideas were stolen and credit awarded to companies already in the industry . Ms. Hartman feels that this is a grave injustice which has damaged her life and her reputation . She feels that it is perverse , an outrage and an abomination . Her ideas have circulated trillions of dollars into the American economy . The Internet benefits people all over the world .

It provides opportunities for education , jobs , inventions , businesses, business opportunities ,and within the past 5 years the growth of social networking . The Internet is the gift that keeps on giving , yet its Inventor has been horribly treated . Her rights have been withheld from her as she has been totally overwhelmed by the power of the government and corporations that have grown rich from her intellectual property .  She has suffered indignation , oppression , and extreme financial difficulty . She is hoping for  Justice , and finally to be recognized and compensated for her contributions.

She alleges that the United States Patent and Trademark Office because of its conflicts of interest with the Commerce Department , Internet Corporations and their lobbyists , as well as other governmental interests has consistently used impropriety and malfeasance in persecuting her patent application . She hopes that this Hearing which for the first time places the matter before administrative judges will overturn all of that and that a patent will be awarded immediately .

The inventor of the business method that transformed the industry from just another telecom network to the successful industry that it is today deserves to be recognized and compensated . Race , sex , and handicap should not be an issue . She is hoping that Justice will be achieved and that the 20 and more years of suppression and harm done to her by the illegal confiscation of her intellectual property will be ended by the awarding of a much deserved patent .

Hearing is July 24 , 2012 , United States Patent and Trademark Office , Alexandria , Virginia . 9 am Eastern . Public may attend .

Did a Black Inventor Change the Telecom Industry ? | intellectual property

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Dorothy M. Hartman, the inventor of the business method – the Accessing Accessibility Process – which emphasized making the computer the focal point of business transactions and introduced how concepts of using cyberspace as a marketplace -revolutionized the telecommunications industry . It was Hartman who conceived the infinitude of cyberspace and how that could lead to infinite commerce potential, essentially “Commercializing the industry” which led to the government doing research and development of the INTERNET. The telecommunications industry was flailing in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. With the Arpanet as its core and a model called the internetting projects –some parts of the industry were being phased out before Hartman’s contributions. Many of the internet billionaires of today who have profited from the INTERNET , an invention authored by Dorothy M. Hartman have been aided in their success by using the internet to sell their wares to billions of customers . Hartman’s ideas help bring the billions of customers. What about her intellectual property rights ?

The phone makers , computer makers , software developers were around and ‘doing their thing’ says Hartman when she invented the INTERNET through introducing the Accessing Accessibility Process to the government . The projects of today’s “internet darlings” which may have been conceived in their homes or garages or even in Silicon Valley were essentially going nowhere until millions and then billions of people to whom they could propagate their products became available. The business method introduced by Hartman caused the transformation that led to success .

It was Hartman’s ideas regarding “Commercialization of Telecommunications “ That ushered in a fundamental change in how the world views and does business and served as the catalyst for the rise of the Internet as we know it today. This is the INTERNET we know and use today and its invention has brought trillions of dollars into the American economy . The U.S. government which seized the intellectual property of Hartman through her proposal(s) submitted to the government through its search for innovation programs such as  Small Business Innovation Research and others has failed to recognize or compensate her for her contributions .

It was Hartman’s ideas that essentially transformed , and revolutionized the telecommunications industry which had existed since the late 1960′s. The success in the industry since the introduction of the Internet has resulted in the industry having its own financial exchange , the Nasdaq .

Now that the invention , the INTERNET has become the tremendous success that Hartman assured the government that it would be , Hartman says that she has been disrespected and her rights ignored . This has resulted in persecution , degradation , and financial hardship  for her .

The government without the permission of the author / inventor granted privatization and other proprietary rights to agents and agencies that had absolutely nothing to do with inventing the INTERNET says Hartman and has stripped her of her rights and property . For her contributions which have essentially help keep the economy on whatever financial legs it may have at this point – the inventor states that she has received nothing but grief.

These are not just violations of intellectual property rights but are violations of the constitutional rights of the Inventor says Hartman . Ms. Hartman has waged and continues to wage a fight for her intellectual property rights through her application to the U.S. Patent office first filed in December 2004 . Ms. Hartman contends that the government is still in breach of their contract with her as it is still in violation of her correspondence with Frank Campo an executive of the Small Business Administration , a letter on exhibit with the Patent Office , among other letters , exhibits , and affidavits .

Although Ms. Hartman has dealt and waited patiently for the federal government to address her grievances fairly nevertheless, government has continued its suppression and the violation of her rights . Ms. Hartman says this is due both to the power of the government and vulnerability of the Inventor who is black , female, and handicapped .

The Inventor is seeking a Constitutional or Human Rights Lawyer to protect her interests as she claims that the United States Patent and Trademark Office is in full violation of all patent rules and regulations as well as her Constitutional rights .

Although Hartman has asked for an Oral Hearing in reference to her patent application #11003123 – for which she filed on May 11, 2012 – thus far the patent office has not granted a hearing date . Ms. Hartman states this is a part of the U.S. government’s plan which has held the patent application in abeyance for what is now going on nine (9) to hold her patent application hostage until 09/13/2012. On September 13 , 2012 the new patent law which this hypocritical administration which says one thing and does another says Hartman– goes into effect . This law which was signed in September 2011 will give the advantage to the big corporations which already have advantages enough and legislate away the rights of the inventor . This is pure corruption and violation of jurisprudence . But who cares what happens to a disabled female black inventor ?

The documents attached below illustrate to some extent , the effect that adding Commerce ( as presented in Hartman’s business method , Accessing Accessibility. These documents illustrate the changes that occurred in telecommunications between 1994 and 2004 and other aspects of the history of the Internet .

The number of Internet Service Providers( cable and phone companies providing access to the Internet ) ISPs’ dramatically increased in 2004 . The number of users domestically and worldwide started to increase dramatically after about 1994 (from 1990-1994 is when the National Science Foundation after receiving the innovative ideas from Hartman via the SBIR and other government funding programs , researched and developed the INTERNET) .

This commercialized environment from the ideas put forth by Hartman is the reason why we all now have access to the INTERNET . These actions by the United States Patent and Trademark Office overseen by the Commerce Dept. of the federal government are ” wrong , wrong and nothing right about” says Hartman . ” These decisions are based on blatant racism- now especially as the Internet has become overwhelmingly successful . Get involved in the Justice Watch . Do not allow the raping ( in this case intellectual and financial rape )of another black woman to occur “.

Download the PR article supplement below .View the attached documents to see what effects this invention has had on the industry how this inventor has made a difference in the Telecom Industry and the world .  “What is done to the least of us is done to us all “- anonymous

Dorothy M. Hartman
Author / Inventor

Did a Black Inventor Change the Telecom Industry ? | intellectual property

Justice , Liberty , and Equality for All

Dorothy M. Hartman, the inventor of the business method – the Accessing Accessibility Process – which emphasized making the computer the focal point of business transactions and introduced how concepts of using cyberspace as a marketplace -revolutionized the telecommunications industry . It was Hartman who conceived the infinitude of cyberspace and how that could lead to infinite commerce potential, essentially “Commercializing the industry” which led to the government doing research and development of the INTERNET. The telecommunications industry was flailing in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. With the Arpanet as its core and a model called the internetting projects –some parts of the industry were being phased out before Hartman’s contributions. Many of the internet billionaires of today who have profited from the INTERNET , an invention authored by Dorothy M. Hartman have been aided in their success by using the internet to sell their wares to billions of customers . Hartman’s ideas help bring the billions of customers. What about her intellectual property rights ?

The phone makers , computer makers , software developers were around and ‘doing their thing’ says Hartman when she invented the INTERNET through introducing the Accessing Accessibility Process to the government . The projects of today’s “internet darlings” which may have been conceived in their homes or garages or even in Silicon Valley were essentially going nowhere until millions and then billions of people to whom they could propagate their products became available. The business method introduced by Hartman caused the transformation that led to success .

It was Hartman’s ideas regarding “Commercialization of Telecommunications “ That ushered in a fundamental change in how the world views and does business and served as the catalyst for the rise of the Internet as we know it today. This is the INTERNET we know and use today and its invention has brought trillions of dollars into the American economy . The U.S. government which seized the intellectual property of Hartman through her proposal(s) submitted to the government through its search for innovation programs such as  Small Business Innovation Research and others has failed to recognize or compensate her for her contributions .

It was Hartman’s ideas that essentially transformed , and revolutionized the telecommunications industry which had existed since the late 1960′s. The success in the industry since the introduction of the Internet has resulted in the industry having its own financial exchange , the Nasdaq .

Now that the invention , the INTERNET has become the tremendous success that Hartman assured the government that it would be , Hartman says that she has been disrespected and her rights ignored . This has resulted in persecution , degradation , and financial hardship  for her .

The government without the permission of the author / inventor granted privatization and other proprietary rights to agents and agencies that had absolutely nothing to do with inventing the INTERNET says Hartman and has stripped her of her rights and property . For her contributions which have essentially help keep the economy on whatever financial legs it may have at this point – the inventor states that she has received nothing but grief.

These are not just violations of intellectual property rights but are violations of the constitutional rights of the Inventor says Hartman . Ms. Hartman has waged and continues to wage a fight for her intellectual property rights through her application to the U.S. Patent office first filed in December 2004 . Ms. Hartman contends that the government is still in breach of their contract with her as it is still in violation of her correspondence with Frank Campo an executive of the Small Business Administration , a letter on exhibit with the Patent Office , among other letters , exhibits , and affidavits .

Although Ms. Hartman has dealt and waited patiently for the federal government to address her grievances fairly nevertheless, government has continued its suppression and the violation of her rights . Ms. Hartman says this is due both to the power of the government and vulnerability of the Inventor who is black , female, and handicapped .

The Inventor is seeking a Constitutional or Human Rights Lawyer to protect her interests as she claims that the United States Patent and Trademark Office is in full violation of all patent rules and regulations as well as her Constitutional rights .

Although Hartman has asked for an Oral Hearing in reference to her patent application #11003123 – for which she filed on May 11, 2012 – thus far the patent office has not granted a hearing date . Ms. Hartman states this is a part of the U.S. government’s plan which has held the patent application in abeyance for what is now going on nine (9) to hold her patent application hostage until 09/13/2012. On September 13 , 2012 the new patent law which this hypocritical administration which says one thing and does another says Hartman– goes into effect . This law which was signed in September 2011 will give the advantage to the big corporations which already have advantages enough and legislate away the rights of the inventor . This is pure corruption and violation of jurisprudence . But who cares what happens to a disabled female black inventor ?

The documents attached below illustrate to some extent , the effect that adding Commerce ( as presented in Hartman’s business method , Accessing Accessibility. These documents illustrate the changes that occurred in telecommunications between 1994 and 2004 and other aspects of the history of the Internet .

The number of Internet Service Providers( cable and phone companies providing access to the Internet ) ISPs’ dramatically increased in 2004 . The number of users domestically and worldwide started to increase dramatically after about 1994 (from 1990-1994 is when the National Science Foundation after receiving the innovative ideas from Hartman via the SBIR and other government funding programs , researched and developed the INTERNET) .

This commercialized environment from the ideas put forth by Hartman is the reason why we all now have access to the INTERNET . These actions by the United States Patent and Trademark Office overseen by the Commerce Dept. of the federal government are ” wrong , wrong and nothing right about” says Hartman . ” These decisions are based on blatant racism- now especially as the Internet has become overwhelmingly successful . Get involved in the Justice Watch . Do not allow the raping ( in this case intellectual and financial rape )of another black woman to occur “.

Download the PR article supplement below .View the attached documents to see what effects this invention has had on the industry how this inventor has made a difference in the Telecom Industry and the world .  “What is done to the least of us is done to us all “- anonymous

Dorothy M. Hartman
Author / Inventor

INTERNET’S True Inventor’s Identity Suppressed for 20 Years ! | American Economy

Inventor at age 44 , 2 years before invention in 1990 .

D.M. Hartman who is Black and Female claims to be the true inventor of the Internet and that her identity and intellectual property rights have been suppressed for 20 years . During 1990-1993 , Ms. Hartman submitted to the federal government through the Small Business Innovation Research programs and other funding programs new ideas of transforming a failing telecommunications industry into a successful one and improving the American economy in recession brought on by the Savings and Loans crisis in 1989 .

Ms. Hartman claims that her ideas were adopted and used by the federal government to create the INTERNET but that she and her start up business were dismissed . Though various reasons were cited in the denial letters ( listed as Exhibits in Patent Application #11003123 in Patent Office ) – Ms. Hartman claims that she was dismissed because of institutionalized racism , oppression , and greed by others .The government has never recognized or credited her for her contributions – prompting her to file a patent application for the Business Method which she authored , the Accessing Accessibility Process – the Accessing Accessibility Process – which introduced the concepts of using the computer as an integral marketing tool and cyberspace as a marketplace .

The adoption of this business method by the Federal Government and its reduction of it to practice by the National Science Foundation is what produced the INTERNET , thus, commercializing telecommunications . These concepts created a commercial environment which saved a flailing telecommunications industry , strengthened the American economy in the 1990’s , and transformed the telecom industry into the success that it is today .

This ushered in a fundamental change in how the world views and does business . This was the rise of the INTERNET as we know and use it today and its invention has brought trillions of dollars into the American economy . The Nasdaq stock exchange has grown up around the ideas regarding commercialization as contributed by this inventor . Billionaire companies have resulted because they have been able to propagate and sell their wares to billions because of the innovative ideas of Hartman – while she who is disabled continues to struggle financially. She , the true inventor of these method(s) which gave new life to a field otherwise dominated by technology has received no recognition nor compensation . To the contrary she has been demonized , persecuted , and her identity and contributions suppressed . Read more here http://www.telecomstraightalk.com

Find this information on the website , Search PUBLIC PAIR , enter Application #11003123 , download APPEAL BRIEF (02-06-2012) . Read Argument . For a really good read on the history of this application , download all documents and read at your leisure . Ms. Hartman says that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has held her patent application #11003123 for over 8 years through practicing malfeasance .

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During those 8 years – it has changed its rules and regulations 8 times in an effort to deny this patent although trillions of dollars continue to circulate through the American economy due to the contributions of this inventor :
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Even though the United States Patent and Trademark Office is in violation of the constitutional rights of the Applicant – it nonetheless is continuing it’s’ hurry up and delay’ procedures of suppressing this application so as to grant time to the new changes in Patent Law designed to favor large corporations and signed by this president to take effect so as to completely legislate away the rights of the Inventor .

About the Inventor :
Science Educator, Entrepreneur, Inventor
Snug’N’Secure Infant Basket
Stove Safety Shield
Accessing Accessibility Process ( Internet )
Methods to Scrub Greenhouse Gases
B.S. – Biological Sciences , Physical Sciences
M.S.- Biology and Chemistry Education

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