Intertainer Sues Google For Patent Infringement On Online Video & Audio Distribution
The NY Times reports that Google, Apple and Napster were all sued by Jonathan T. Taplin’s Intertainer for patent infringement of a 2005 patent. Intertainer’s patent covers commercial distribution of audio and video over the Internet. I believe this is the patent application filed on November 24, 2005, named “Digital entertainment service platform.” Google, Apple and Napster have not commented on the lawsuit.
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