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legally

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by right

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by law

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A patent holder who fails to disclose its potentially applicable intellectual property (IP) rights during the standard setting process might exploit its new-found market power if its IP is essential to the de jure standard ultimately adopted by the SSO.
Again, there is no relation between these costs to produce a consortia specification that is offered to a standards organization for de jure standardization and the cost of the eventual de jure standards - the consortium wants to obtain support for the standard, not make money from the sales of the standards document.
It is not truly an open system, but with a few de facto standards and a few widely used de jure standards its has provided an enormous advantage to its users.
2 is the product of a multi-year collaboration among commercial software vendors, governments, open source projects and the de jure standards community.
UBL unites and harmonizes a number of currently existing XML and EDI business libraries into a set of internationally recognized de jure standards.
Participants include industry suppliers, developers, system integrators and users working to achieve agreement on multi-vendor implementations of Computer Telephony technology based on international de facto and de jure standards.
This summit of technical experts in the various fields of EAI will explore how de facto and de jure standards such as object brokering, messaging and modeling can be brought to bear on the problem of building enterprise-wide, scalable application systems for today's heterogeneous enterprise.
The Internet is the first environment where formal de jure standards have become de facto standards as well.