Monsanto Supreme Court Case Stirs Social Commentary February 20, 2013 05:26 AM Tweet TAGS: Marketing, Overseas December 18, 2014 By Nate Birt Top Producer Managing Editor Email A seed-patent case involving an Indiana soybean farmer and Monsanto is attracting plenty of interest online. Scroll to the end of this page to view a Storify collection of links to stories and reaction on Facebook and Twitter. Click here to view the Bowman v. Monsanto commentary in a new window if only blank space remains at the end of this article after about a minute. [View the story "Monsanto Supreme Court Case Stirs Social Commentary" on Storify]Monsanto Supreme Court Case Stirs Social CommentaryA seed-patent case involving an Indiana soybean farmer is attracting plenty of interest online.Storified by Nathan Birt· Wed, Feb 20 2013 09:25:08The seed-patent case Bowman v. Monsanto is drawing plenty of commentary from people on social media. The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in Washington, D.C. The following are sampled from the latest news articles as well as reaction on Twitter and Facebook . Share your thoughts on the case by posting a comment to this article. Latest HeadlinesU.S. Supreme Court Hears Monsanto Seed Patent Case21 hours ago ... WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court appeared likely Tuesday to side with Monsanto Co. in its claim that an Indiana farmer ...Seed-patent case in Supreme Court : Nature News & Comment6 hours ago ... Loss of patent control could rekindle 'terminator' technology.Monsanto on the Forbes ListMonsanto #16 on the Forbes World's Most Innovative Companies List.Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Bowman v. Monsanto ...18 hours ago ... The case, over a farmer who reproduced and saved seeds patented by Monsanto , questions whether natural replication can...Twitter CommentaryI'm not cynical in least, but why would u think that a Supreme Ct that made Citizens United decision would do right thing in Monsanto case?Amanda EnayatiAs usual, the Roberts Court does not shy away from complicated intellectual property issues.This case turns on... http://fb.me/1zbrmaqTlPatricia WerschulzRT @r343l: Quick note on some omissions in articles about the #Monsanto vs Bowman case that bug me. http://bit.ly/WWNhhk #GMOJanice PersonRT @EDarier: I am wondering if weeds tolerant to the herbicide Roundup will have to pay royalties to Monsanto?... http://bit.ly/12N4oFONana Silvergrim@delrayser I haven't followed this but can I assume it's another Monsanto case in which Thomas did not recuse himself?keptsimpleEveryone bitches about Monsanto, but its not they who brought us the plu-ot, the gr-apple or the abomination that is the broccoflower.Bryan WoodWill the Roberts Court make a narrow decision based on facts of the case or deal substantively with ambiguous issues? http://ow.ly/hT9OhGoldstein Patent LawMorally fraught Supreme Court ruling. Upholds rule of law, but should building blocks of life be patented? http://nyti.ms/Y7E6Izaustin kiessigFacebook Commentary: A "'Greenie' Attack"?Sounds like a good deal to me. I think the whole uproar against GMO seeds and crops is a liberal "greenie" attack against a successful corporation -- Monsanto. Tempest in a teapot.Verne StricklandSupreme Court sympathizes with Monsanto in seed patent case — of course...Rachael Christine Back to news Click here to learn more about the Million Dollar Wildfire Relief Challenge, and see how you can help in the rebuilding effort.