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Apple sued over iTunes patent violation

Posted on Tuesday, June 21 2005 @ 23:41:51 CEST by


Contois Music Technology sued Apple. They claim that the popular iTunes software violates a six-year old design patent:
According to the suit, persons who were at the time employed by or later became employed by Apple were present at both trade shows and viewed Contois' software. The suit charges Apple later "copied" the invention and used the design ideas in the interface for its iTunes software.
More info at Apple Insider



 



 

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