Microsoft: patent infringement

Microsoft: patent infringement

Microsoft has been found guilty of wilful patent infringement, and has been ordered to pay $388m (£264m) in damages to anti-piracy software developer Uniloc. Uniloc develops systems to prevent a single piece of software from being installed on multiple PCs, and sued Microsoft in 2003 claiming that Windows XP and other Office products infringed on some of its patents covering software activation. Microsoft has been found guilty of wilful patent infringement, and has been ordered to pay $388m (£264m) in damages to anti-piracy software developer Uniloc. Uniloc develops systems to prevent a single piece of software from being installed on multiple PCs, and sued Microsoft in 2003 claiming that Windows XP and other Office products infringed on some of its patents covering software activation. Microsoft has been found guilty of wilful patent infringement, and has been ordered to pay $388m (£264m) in damages to anti-piracy software developer Uniloc. Uniloc develops systems to prevent a single piece of software from being installed on multiple PCs, and sued Microsoft in 2003 claiming that Windows XP and other Office products infringed on some of its patents covering software activation. Microsoft has been found guilty of wilful patent infringement, and has been ordered to pay $388m (£264m) in damages to anti-piracy software developer Uniloc. Uniloc develops systems to prevent a single piece of software from being installed on multiple PCs, and sued Microsoft in 2003 claiming that Windows XP and other Office products infringed on some of its patents covering software activation.

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