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Posts Tagged ‘Patent Infringement’

Kim DotCom Claims Twitter Infringed On Patent, But Will Accept ‘Blue Tick’ As Payment

Twitter rolled out two-step verification yesterday to the delight of those worried about being hacked – and to the annoyance of one of the lords of the Internet, Kim Dotcom.

You see, sir Dotcom claims to have patented this process many years ago – and it seems he has proof.

But don’t worry Twitter (and Google and anyone else authenticating logons this way), all the man wants is a little help with his legal fees and to have his account verified by Twitter!

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Twitter and TechRadium Agree to Drop Patent Dispute Case

A patent dispute involving Twitter and mass notification company TechRadium has been dropped today, according to reports from Bloomberg. The dispute, which had been active since August 2009, involved mass-messaging technology that TechRadium claimed Twitter infringed upon.
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