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Intellectual Property:

If Patent registrations protect the rights of an inventor, why are controverial inventions difficult to pattern register?

- what is the threshold of controversial inventions?

- what protections (if any) are afforded to the inventors of controversial inventions under patent law?

- why are controversial inventions difficult to register for a patent?

- Can an inventor of a previous patent registration of whoem has been declined due to reasons of being too controversial in nature re-apply for a patent registration? (eg as social attitudes and or cultures change)

Please include any case laws you feel are revelant, thanking you in advance

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