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CSIRO to sue AT&T, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobi

Dexter Herbivore (1322345) writes | more than 4 years ago

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Dexter Herbivore (1322345) writes "In the ongoing saga of the Australian governements science agency the CSIRO suing to protect their wifi patents, The Australian newspaper reports that the CSIRO have now launched legal action against the 3 major US carriers.
From the article "Court filings obtained by The Australian have revealed that the CSIRO has sued the three carriers for alleged infringements of its WiFi patent in eastern Texas's US District Court, as it pursues a fresh bounty from its intellectual property golden goose.Its WiFi technology, which is almost standard in laptops and smartphones, has already netted the science agency an estimated $250 million in royalties.""

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