By Mark S. CohenThe Fortune 500 list of companies, including Apple Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Google Inc., Microsoft Corp., Facebook Inc., and Netflix Inc., is a database of the number of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and other intellectual property rights owned by each company.
The list is made up of patents owned by Google, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, and Facebook, as well as trademarks owned by Microsoft, Google, Apple and Amazon.
The top five companies have an average of 8,600 patents, with the rest owned by fewer than 200 individuals, according to the list.
Some of the patents that the top five firms own are used by Google to search for information on the internet and other applications.
The patents are owned by companies such as Google, Facebook, Apple (NASDAQ:FB), Google (NASQ:GOOG), Microsoft, Facebook and Netflix.
They are used in Google search engines and search advertisements.
But many of the companies listed are not listed in the list at all.
They also don’t appear on the list of the top 100 companies in the world.
The data is based on the number, types, and years of ownership of patents in the United States, according the National Science Foundation.
The number of patent patents in each country can vary, but in the U.S., there is a trend toward fewer patents in Europe and Japan.
There are also some differences in patents owned in different countries.
In Europe, there is less patent ownership in the lower part of the world, and there is greater patent ownership over the oceans.
In the United Kingdom, patents are in greater numbers in the northern parts of the country, and patents in Ireland and the United Arab Emirates are more common.
The ranking also shows that the number is more stable for the U, U.K. and Ireland than for the rest of Europe, Japan, and Australia.
The U. S. is a nation with more patents per capita than any other country.
In 2016, there were 8,766 patents registered in the country with a population of about 5.8 million.
According to the National Patent Index, there are nearly 2.5 million patents listed in Canada, 1.9 million in the Netherlands, 1,064 in Sweden, 719 in Australia, and 921 in Canada.
For example, the total number of U. s. patents is about 2.3 million, while Canada has about 1.7 million and the Netherlands has about 814,000.
Australia has an average patent patent per capita of about 3,700.
Australia, Sweden and Sweden also have the most patents per person, at 2,735.
China, Japan and the U S have fewer patents per head, at 1,904 and 1,898, respectively.
India, the third-most patent-friendly nation in the OECD, has the lowest patent number, with just over 500,000 patents per 100,000 people.
The Philippines is the third most patent-free country in the World, with 1,700 patents per 1,000 citizens.
China has the third largest patent population in the entire world, with 2.6 million patents per 10,000,000 population.
Australia also has the highest patent population, at 3.2 million.
Japan has the second-highest patent population at 2.7 billion.
Japan is also the most patent free country in South Korea.