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African American Inventor has filed a Petition for Rehearing Enbanc with United States Appeals Ct. for the Federal Circuit

Inventor continuously asks for public trial to determine whether her intellectual property rights regarding the Internet should be respected . She has leveled charges against the United States Government for what she attributes as "Plagiarizing" her personal intellectual property without acknowledgement or compensation .

She alleges that the properties that the Internet has that has enabled it to be used for global governance are because of concepts that she shared with the government in 1990 through the government's Small Business Innovation Research Program that in response was suppose to fund her start-up business with $25,000 to $35,000 . The government never did support her minority start-up but she claims that it took her concepts for improving telecom , that she titled the Accessing Accessibility Process and used those to plagiarize her personal intellectual property for the past 30 years creating for the first time a successful Internet .

"Today's Internet is not the internet of the so called founding fathers out of Silicon Valley in 1969 but is the brain child of this African-American woman , Dorothy M. Hartman who is still fighting for Justice after 30 years of being exploited by the world's most powerful government . Today's Internet is only approximately 30 years old , having debuted around 1993."

Meanwhile secretive trials continue where the science teacher and inventor claims that her civil rights and constitutional rights are being violated .Is the U.S. stock market open today ? The inventor's intellectual property that she is now suing the United States Government over is part of marketwatch but never realized as such . She is the true inventor of the Accessing Accessibility Process submitted by herself to the government's SBIR - Small Business Innovation Research Program in 1990. That intellectual property was instrumental in building today's Internet that is prominent in its use by Telecommunications , Ecommerce , and the Nasdaq Stock Market . Application #11003123 was denied by what Hartman characterizes as fraud and theft as her personal intellectual property became a smorgasbord for big corporations "But they have never paid me. That is illegal and unjust and I want a fair trial on the matter . " A lot of it involving the government's own violations of its own conflict of interest laws. Learn more about this story at the inventor's website .

Shortly after the new internet was invented , it was shared with the U.K. and others , it had barely been introduced to the people of the United States . So that Bill Clinton could sign the NAFTA agreement that was one of the first moving away of jobs from the United States and making the Country dependent on other nations for resources . Hartman alleges that it was her concepts that were used and the new structure introduced by Al Gore was called the Information Superhighway later called the Internet which distinguished it from the government's Internet called the Arpanet . What the public does not realize says Hartman is that the new concepts that allowed the online activity and the global expansion are directly from her ideas and invention .

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Name: Dorothy M. Hartman
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Organization: Former CEO ABFYSELLERS GROUP

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