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Justin Alexander, Rob Schweitzer, David S Morganstein, Brian K Buchheit: Media advertising over peer-to-peer networks. David S Morganstein, Patents on Demand P A, Brian K Buchheit, October 23, 2012: US08296393 (51 worldwide citation)

Advertising on P2P networks can include a three-step system in one embodiment of the disclosure. The first step can include the review of search requests, followed by a response linking to a media file containing an advertisement. The second step can be a delivery process. The advertising cannot be ...


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Sean I McGhie, Brian K Buchheit: Exchange of non-negotiable credits of an entitys rewards program for entity independent funds. Patents on Demand P A, Brian K Buchheit, Scott M Garrett, November 20, 2012: US08313023 (32 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a rewards program for credit cards (e.g., payment artifacts) can be established. Non-negotiable credits are accrued in response to one of the payment artifacts being used for purchases of goods or services with venders. Restrictions on use prevent the non-negotiable credits from b ...


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Sean I McGhie, Brian K Buchheit: Conversion of credits to funds. Patents of Demand P A, Brian K Buchheit, Scott M Garrett, January 1, 2013: US08342399 (32 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, non-negotiable credits from a user interaction with a credit providing entity can be identified. The credits can be associated with an entity with which a user has previously interacted. The previous interactions can earn the credits, which are non-negotiable credits. The credit p ...


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Sean I McGhie, Brian K Buchheit: Graphical user interface for the conversion of loyalty points via a loyalty point website. Patents on Demand P A, Brian K Buchheit, Scott M Garrett, August 20, 2013: US08511550 (28 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a graphical user interface includes a conversion option to convert at least a subset of non-negotiable credits earned from one into entity independent funds in accordance with a conversion ratio. The entity independent funds are accepted by a commerce partner as at least partial p ...


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Sean I McGhie, Brian K Buchheit: Conversion of non-negotiable credits to negotiable funds. Patents on Demand P A, Brian K Buchheit, May 22, 2012: US08181864 (22 worldwide citation)

Non-negotiable credits earned from previous interactions with an entity can be identified. A quantity of the non-negotiable credits can be converted to a quantity of negotiable funds. The converting can be performed by a different legal entity than the entity. Access to the quantity of negotiable fu ...


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Brian K Buchheit, Sean I McGhie: Web based conversion of non-negotiable credits associated with an entity to entity independent negotiable funds. Patents on Demand P A, Brian K Buchheit, April 27, 2010: US07703673 (22 worldwide citation)

A method for converting credits to funds can include a step of a Web site receiving user identification information. Non-negotiable credits can be identified that are associated with an entity with which the user has previously interacted. The previous interactions could have earned the non-negotiab ...


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Sean I McGhie, Brian K Buchheit: Storefront purchases utilizing non-negotiable credits. Patents on Demand P A, Brian K Buchheit, Scott M Garrett, May 29, 2012: US08186583 (19 worldwide citation)

A conversion of a quantity of non-negotiable credits to a quantity of negotiable funds can be initiated for a storefront purchase. The non-negotiable credits can be earned from previous interactions with an entity. The converting can be performed by a different legal entity than the entity. The stor ...


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Sean I McGhie, Brian K Buchheit: Conversion of non-negotiable credits associated with an entity into entity independent negotiable funds. Patents on Demand P A, Brian K Buchheit, Scott M Garrett, June 19, 2012: US08201734 (18 worldwide citation)

Non-negotiable credits can be identified that are from previous interactions with an entity. The previous interactions can earn the non-negotiable credits. A quantity of the non-negotiable credits can be converted to a quantity of negotiable funds. The converting can be performed by a different lega ...


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Sean I McGhie, Brian K Buchheit: Conversion of non-negotiable credits to negotiable funds. Patents on Demand P A, Brian K Buchheit, May 22, 2012: US08181863 (18 worldwide citation)

Non-negotiable credits can be identified that are from a game associated with an entity with which previous interactions have occurred. The previous interactions can earn the non-negotiable credits. A quantity of the non-negotiable credits can be converted to a quantity of negotiable funds. The conv ...


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Brian K Buchheit, Scott M Garrett: Modified media conforming to user-established levels of media censorship. Patents on Demand P A, Brian K Buchheit, Scott M Garrett, December 15, 2015: US09213986 (18 worldwide citation)

User defined controls for media censorship may define values for content of the media for a user. Controls can be specific to nudity in the media, sexuality of the media, language offensiveness of the media, and/or violence in the media. When a user requests a media instance, a default version can b ...