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April 4, 2012 by

Apple upset at censored Samsung docs

In its attempt to show that Samsung was discriminating against it when licensing 3G patents, Apple has managed to get a hold of some of the 3G patent licensing agreements Samsung has with other mobile phone vendors, but has complained that much of the crucial information, including royalty payments has been redacted from the agreements.

January 4, 2012 by

Mozilla pushes out MPL 2.0

More than 10 years after creating the first version of the Mozilla Public Licence, the foundation behind Firefox has revamped its terms to provide better compatibility with GPL and other agreements

January 3, 2012 by

Mozilla simplifies open-source licensing

Open-source developers will have their licensing issues simplified, with Mozilla releasing an update to its public licence to remove complexities and increase compatibility with other open-source licences.

December 29, 2011 by

2011: a year of Aussie legal wrangles

It seems like the most frequent words said in 2012 were: "Well, then I'll sue you!" Some of these cases were even held down under, in Australia's court rooms. We bring you the biggest Aussie face offs of 2012.

August 18, 2011 by

Google's real problem: the smartest kids in the room

For a phenomenally successful company, Google makes a lot of mistakes. Google TV, Buzz, Wave, privacy infringements that earned the company 20 years of privacy oversight - and the whole one-trick pony thing, with 97% of Google's money coming from ads in search.

April 28, 2011 by

Attachmate finalises Novell takeover

The company's $2.2bn takeover of Novell has gone through, after regulators gave their approval to the sale of Novell's patents to a consortium featuring Microsoft, Apple, EMC and Oracle


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