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Apple Ordered to Pay Over $300 Million for Digital Rights Management Patent Infringement

A federal jury in Texas mentioned Apple should pay about $308.5 million (roughly Rs. 2,234 crores) to Personalized Media Communications (PMC) for infringing a patent related to digital rights administration.

The jurors late no Friday directed Apple to pay a working royalty to PMC, which is usually based mostly on the quantity of gross sales of a services or products.

PMC, a licensing agency, had initially sued Apple in 2015 alleging the tech big’s iTunes service infringed seven of its patents.

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Apple efficiently challenged PMC’s case on the US patent workplace, however an appeals courtroom in March final yr reversed that call, paving the best way for the trial.

The iPhone maker didn’t instantly reply to Reuters’ request for remark however instructed Bloomberg that it was disillusioned with the ruling and would enchantment.

“Cases like this, brought by companies that don’t make or sell any products, stifle innovation and ultimately harm consumers,” Apple was quoted as saying by Bloomberg.

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Sugarland, Texas-based PMC has infringement circumstances pending towards firms together with Netflix, Alphabet’s Google, and Amazon.com.

The case is Personalized Media v. Apple Inc.

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© Thomson Reuters 2021


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