all your volunteered IP belong us say Red Cross
At which time the company that has the agreement you signed, buttuming "good faith," will likely sue you and the shell company for fraud.
When ever I see agreements like that, I usually cross out the lines with which I disagree. If they don't like my deletions, we get to negotiate a solution. Most of the time, the person says: "Its just a standard contract written up by the lawyers, I don't see any problem with what you deleted." Sometimes, you have to get approval, and once or twice I've said I can't take the position.
One time, a client wanted me to indemnify them for any patent infringement. I said are you serious? Not only will I guarantee you that there *IS* patented techniques in my code based on the absurdity of techniques deemed "patentable," I will also say, if you get into the market with big boys, they will sue you and find something, if not in my code, someone else's.
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My statement is that "I make no warrentee, and I use techniques known to those skiled in the art. If there is any patent infringement it is purely coincidental and the end user is responsible for any patent royalties."