Here, people who use the power of the state to unjustly acquire a monopoly that gives them the right to legally extort victims are complaining about "frivolous patent challenges". Wow, some chutzpah.
The post also notes:
The fear is that such service provides will offer to "creat[e] uncertainty about a problem patent by tying it up in a long reexamination process and effectively nullify the problem patent" to get lower rates during license negotiations "until the uncertainty ends."
So.... to avoid reducing the amount of extortion holders of "problem patents" can demand, we should just presume patents are valid--even if they might not be--and don't allow any kind of challenge that could just "cause uncertainty." Wow.
I don't know. I prefer justice to certainty. Call me crazy.