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Federal Circuit Affirms Judgment Against Qualcomm, Limits Remedy of Patent Unenforceability By Aaron Dulles – Edited By Stephanie Weiner Qualcomm Inc. v. Broadcom Corp., Federal Circuit, December 1, 2008, No. 2007-1545 & 2008-1162 Slip opinion On December 1, 2008, the Federal Circuit affirmed in part the District Court for the Southern District of California, no. 05-CV-1958, holding that Qualcomm breached its duty to disclose relevant video-compression technology patents during its participation in a standards-setting organization (“SSO”). However the Federal Circuit ... Read More...
Posted On Dec - 6 - 2008 Comments Off READ FULL POST
District Court Enjoins Certain Advertising Practices; Keylogger Software Once Again Available FTC v. CyberSpy Software, LLC, November 6, 2008, 6:08-cv-1872 Preliminary Injunction On November 24th, Judge Presnell presided over a hearing regarding the temporary restraining order put in place by the court on November 6th. The preliminary injunction is significanty more limited than the original TRO, which had prevented CyberSpy from selling its “RemoteSpy” keylogger software entirely. The new order primarily enjoins CyberSpy from promoting, selling, or distributing RemoteSpy, or its ... Read More...
Posted On Dec - 5 - 2008 1 Comment READ FULL POST
Lori Drew Convicted on Three Misdemeanor Counts of Violating MySpace Terms of Service in “Cyberbullying” Case By Brian Kozlowski – Edited By Stephanie Weiner United States v. Drew, 08-CR-582 A federal jury convicted Lori Drew on November 26th on three of four misdemeanor counts of unauthorized computer access under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (”CFAA”), 18 U.S.C. § 1030, for violating the MySpace terms of service. Drew was acquitted of three felony counts of accessing computers without authorization to ... Read More...
Posted On Dec - 4 - 2008 1 Comment READ FULL POST
Judge Quashes Recording Industry Subpoena Seeking the Identities of Three Boston University “John Does” By Jamie Wicks – Edited by Jon Choate London-Sire Records, Inc. v. Does 1-4 D. Mass., No. 1:04-cv-12434 Court Order (hosted by Ray Beckerman) On November 24th, Judge Nancy Gertner of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts rebuffed an attempt by major recording industry companies to force a university to reveal the identity of individuals who shared music through online peer-to-peer networks. Judge ... Read More...
Posted On Nov - 29 - 2008 Comments Off READ FULL POST
Alleged “Coupon Hacker” and Coupons, Inc. Settle DMCA Suit [UPDATED] By Chris Kulawik — Edited by Jon Choate Coupons, Inc. v. Stottlemire N.D. Cal., No. CV 07-03457 HRL Court Documents (hosted by Justia) Last week, Coupons, Inc. (“Coupons”), settled its DMCA suit against John Stottlemire, who had defended himself pro se. The parties have not fully disclosed the details of the settlement, but Stottlemire indicates that the case was dismissed with prejudice. The agreement follows a year’s worth of litigation ... Read More...
Posted On Nov - 28 - 2008 1 Comment READ FULL POST
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