Netflix, Inc. v. Blockbuster, Inc.

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Attachment 6
NOTICE by Blockbuster, Inc. Final Invalidity Contentions for U.S. Patent No. 6,584,450 (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A# 2 Exhibit B# 3 Exhibit C# 4 Exhibit D# 5 Exhibit E# 6 Exhibit F# 7 Exhibit G# 8 Exhibit H# 9 Exhibit I# 10 Exhibit J# 11 Exhibit K# 12 Exhibit L# 13 Exhibit M# 14 Exhibit N)(Chen, Tony) (Filed on 4/11/2007)

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N etflix, Inc. v. Blockbuster, Inc. BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION APRIL 11, 2007 U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1 EXHIBIT F CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Short Name 1. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video Classification1 and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or In Combination with Yoshida Kuriyama Koya Crooks Isobe and/or and/or and/or and/or Motivation for Combination or Modification Combine conventional brick and mortar video store rental practice with computer implemented video rental kiosk machines, and further with computer implemented library practices having subscription based no late fee book-lending programs, method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their digital profiles/attributes over a and/or in further combination telecommunication network, online car rental with technologies, subscription based no late fee practices utilized in audio book and tape rental Reference Guide and/or business, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental Functional Requirements and/or services, to improve item rental business. Dockets.Justia.com A reference classified under 35 U.S.C. 103 is one which Blockbuster contends to render one or more claims of United States Patent No. 6,584,450 B1 obvious. 1 Doc. 178 Att. 6 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Maxcess Sirsi Auto Librarian NCR Avis AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS TBW BOT Netflix and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or Motivation for Combination or Modification Applying computer technology to make retail or rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-andmortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 2 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of subscription programs for online rentals. Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there are delays providing further items. EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 3 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 4 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name 2. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video Classification1 and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or In Combination with Reference Guide Functional Requirements Maxcess Sirsi Auto Librarian and/or and/or and/or and/or Motivation for Combination or Modification Combine conventional brick and mortar video store rental practice with library practices having computer implemented subscription based no late fee book-lending programs, and further with computer implemented method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their digital profiles/attributes over a telecommunication network, online car rental technologies, subscription based no late fee practices utilized in audio book and tape rental business, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental services, to improve item rental business. Applying computer technology to make retail or rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-andmortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions and/or in further combination with NCR Avis AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS TBW BOT Netflix and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 5 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of subscription programs for online rentals. Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 6 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there are delays providing further items. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 7 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. 3. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or NCR and/or in further combination with Reference Guide Functional Requirements Maxcess Sirsi Auto Librarian Avis AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS TBW and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or Combine conventional brick and mortar video store rental practice with computer implemented method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their digital profiles/attributes over a telecommunication network, and further with computer implemented library practices having subscription based no late fee book-lending programs, online car rental technologies, subscription based no late fee practices utilized in audio book and tape rental business, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental services, to improve item rental business. Applying computer technology to make retail or rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-and- EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 8 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with BOT Netflix Motivation for Combination or Modification and/or mortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 9 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification subscription programs for online rentals. Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there are delays providing further items. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 10 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. 4. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or Burks Hironori Subler and/or Combine conventional brick and mortar video and/or store rental practice with computer systems having memory devices and micro-controllers and computer readable medium, and further with computer implemented library practices having and/or in further combination subscription based no late fee book-lending with programs, method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their digital profiles/attributes over a EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 11 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Reference Guide Functional Requirements Maxcess Sirsi Auto Librarian NCR Avis AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS TBW BOT Netflix and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or Motivation for Combination or Modification telecommunication network, online car rental technologies, subscription based no late fee practices utilized in audio book and tape rental business, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental services, to improve item rental business. Applying computer technology to make retail or rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-andmortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 12 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of subscription programs for online rentals. Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 13 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there are delays providing further items. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 14 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. 5. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or and/or Combine conventional brick and mortar video and/or store rental practice with user friendly features for allowing a user to make and update a list of desired and/or reserved items, and further with computer implemented library practices having and/or in further combination subscription based no late fee book-lending with programs, method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their Reference Guide and/or digital profiles/attributes over a telecommunication network, online car rental Functional Requirements and/or technologies, subscription based no late fee Maxcess and/or practices utilized in audio book and tape rental Sirsi and/or business, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental Auto Librarian and/or services, to improve item rental business. NCR and/or Applying computer technology to make retail or and/or rental operations more efficient and capable. Avis Using the Internet to perform functions of AudioQueue and/or computer networks, including networks referred and/or to in the NCR patents. BTCC BTL and/or Transformation and expansion of "brick-andand/or mortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. BVS TBW and/or Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar and/or BOT retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Netflix Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andLeason Cook Video Vendor EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 15 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification mortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of subscription programs for online rentals. Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 16 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there are delays providing further items. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 17 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. 6. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or Stein Herz and/or Combine conventional brick and mortar video store rental practice with user friendly features for allowing a user to automatically select desired items based on item selection criteria, and/or in further combination and further with computer implemented library with practices having subscription based no late fee book-lending programs, method for ordering and Reference Guide and/or downloading resources/contents based on Functional Requirements and/or searching their digital profiles/attributes over a telecommunication network, online car rental Maxcess and/or technologies, subscription based no late fee Sirsi and/or practices utilized in audio book and tape rental Auto Librarian and/or business, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental NCR and/or services, to improve item rental business. Applying computer technology to make retail or EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 18 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Avis AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS TBW BOT Netflix and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or Motivation for Combination or Modification rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-andmortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 19 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of subscription programs for online rentals. Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there are delays providing further items. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 20 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. 7. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or McMullan Bakoglu and/or Combine conventional brick and mortar video store rental practice with methods of renting, distributing and delivering games, and further with computer implemented library practices EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 21 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Cine Club Campus Video and/or Classification1 In Combination with and/or in further combination with Reference Guide Functional Requirements Maxcess Sirsi Auto Librarian NCR Avis AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS TBW BOT Netflix and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or Motivation for Combination or Modification having subscription based no late fee booklending programs, method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their digital profiles/attributes over a telecommunication network, online car rental technologies, subscription based no late fee practices utilized in audio book and tape rental business, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental services, to improve game rental business. Applying computer technology to make retail or rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-andmortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 22 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of subscription programs for online rentals. Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 23 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there are delays providing further items. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 24 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. 8. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or Avis and/or in further combination with Reference Guide Functional Requirements Maxcess Sirsi Auto Librarian NCR AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS TBW BOT Netflix and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or Combine conventional brick and mortar video store rental practice with computer implemented online car rental technologies, and further with computer implemented library practices having subscription based no late fee book-lending programs, method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their digital profiles/attributes over a telecommunication network, subscription based no late fee practices utilized in audio book and tape rental business, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental services, to improve item rental business. Applying computer technology to make retail or rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-andmortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 25 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of subscription programs for online rentals. Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 26 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there are delays providing further items. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 27 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. 9. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or Bradley Fein TiVo and/or Combine conventional brick and mortar video and/or store rental practice with video content storage, distribution and selection technologies used in TV broadcast systems, and further with computer implemented library practices having and/or in further combination subscription based no late fee book-lending with programs, method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their Reference Guide and/or digital profiles/attributes over a telecommunication network, online car rental Functional Requirements and/or technologies, subscription based no late fee Maxcess and/or practices utilized in audio book and tape rental EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 28 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Sirsi Auto Librarian NCR Avis AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS TBW BOT Netflix and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or Motivation for Combination or Modification business, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental services, to improve item rental business. Applying computer technology to make retail or rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-andmortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 29 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of subscription programs for online rentals. Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 30 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification are delays providing further items. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 31 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name 10. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video Classification1 and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or In Combination with AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS TBW BOT and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or Motivation for Combination or Modification Combine conventional brick and mortar video store rental practice with subscription based no late fee practices utilized in audio book and tape rental business, and further with computer implemented library practices having subscription based no late fee book-lending programs, method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their digital profiles/attributes over a telecommunication network, online car rental technologies, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental services, to improve item rental business. Applying computer technology to make retail or rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-andmortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions and/or in further combination with Reference Guide Functional Requirements Maxcess Sirsi Auto Librarian NCR Avis Netflix and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 32 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of subscription programs for online rentals. Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 33 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there are delays providing further items. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 34 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. 11. Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or Netflix and/or in further combination with Reference Guide Functional Requirements Maxcess Sirsi Auto Librarian NCR Avis AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or Combine conventional brick and mortar video store rental practice with Netflix's prior online DVD rental services, and further with computer implemented library practices having subscription based no late fee book-lending programs, method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their digital profiles/attributes over a telecommunication network, online car rental technologies, and subscription based no late fee practices utilized in audio book and tape rental business, to improve item rental business. Applying computer technology to make retail or rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-andmortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 35 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with TBW BOT Motivation for Combination or Modification and/or Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between subscription and pay-per-item rental services and combined discussions of them in prior art. Advantages of subscription programs for online rentals. EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 36 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by time required for delivery and return of items and related uncertainties. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008550-51, 00008555, 00008559, 0000856364.) Problems and competitive disadvantages caused for online rental on a pay-per-item basis by cost of delivery and return of items by mail or of other delivery and return of items. (E.g., BB00008541-42, 00008563-64, 00008969-71.) Obvious need for computerized or online rental system to determine what to ship to customer. Obvious need for subscription service to determine, on return of an item, what to ship next. Impracticality of requiring customers to time identification of additional desired items to coincide with rental service's receipt of returned items. Inconvenience and frustration from limiting customers' ability to list on the same site visit when they are identified. Customer dissatisfaction with a subscription service if there are delays providing further items. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of other items to rental of videos. Applying methods and technologies used for rental of audio tapes or other audio materials to rental of videos. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between audio and video rental businesses and combined discussions of them in EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 37 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification prior art. (E.g., BB00008587-88, 00008970-71.) Applying methods and technologies used for libraries to rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between libraries and audio and video rental and sales and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008961-62, 00008966-69.) Applying methods and technologies used for subscription video services provided electronically to online subscription with delivery of discs or other physical media by mail or otherwise. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between electronic transmission of video content and delivery of video content on discs or other physical media. Use of standard computer hardware and digital media for computerized business operations and Internet business. Using PCs over the Internet to perform functions of retail kiosks. 12. Yoshida Kuriyama Koya Crooks Isobe and/or 35 U.S.C. 103 and/or and/or and/or Multi Video Pop*Card Video Hit Cine Club Campus Video and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or in further combination Combine video rental technology of using computer implemented video rental kiosk machines with conventional brick and mortar video store rental practice, and further with computer implemented library practices having subscription based no late fee book-lending programs, method for ordering and downloading resources/contents based on searching their digital profiles/attributes over a EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 38 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with with Reference Guide Functional Requirements Maxcess Sirsi Auto Librarian NCR Avis AudioQueue BTCC BTL BVS TBW BOT Netflix and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or and/or Motivation for Combination or Modification telecommunication network, online car rental technologies, subscription based no late fee practices utilized in audio book and tape rental business, and Netflix's prior online DVD rental services, to improve item rental business. Applying computer technology to make retail or rental operations more efficient and capable. Using the Internet to perform functions of computer networks, including networks referred to in the NCR patents. Transformation and expansion of "brick-andmortar" businesses into "dot-com" businesses. Conducting existing pre-Internet businesses on the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar retail and rental businesses to the Internet. Adaptation of brick-and-mortar video rental businesses to the Internet. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between brick-andmortar video rental businesses (e.g., Blockbuster's brick-and-mortar business) and Internet video rental (e.g., Netflix's prior-art online rental business) and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008563-64, 00008566, 00008558-60, 00008970-71, 00008590-91, 00008592-93.) Taking advantage of increased suitability of DVD format for mail delivery or other shipment in response to Internet orders and lower cost of mailing or delivering DVDs in comparison to videotapes. (E.g., BB00008531-32.) Use of features of Internet EXHIBIT F: CLASSIFICATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS (Part 3) Page 39 of 260 925463_2.DOC BLOCKBUSTER'S FINAL INVALIDITY CONTENTION (U.S. PATENT NO. 6,584,450 B1) Short Name Classification1 In Combination with Motivation for Combination or Modification retail sites and ecommerce businesses for DVD rental. Similarities, relationships, and overlaps between Internet retail sites and ecommerce businesses (e.g., Amazon.com) and DVD rental and combined discussions of them in prior art. (E.g., BB00008550-51, 00008558-60.) Adding or substituting subscription programs to or for pay-per-item rental services. Similarities, relationships, and overl

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