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Exclusive: Intellectual Ventures faces novel attack on patent business

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Oct
2013

By Dan Levine and Tom Hals SAN FRANCISCO/ WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) – Seven years ago, Intellectual Ventures bought a patent on technology that helps detect malicious software embedded in digital content. The price? $750,000. Now Intellectual Ventures is arguing in a Delaware courtroom that Internet security firms Symantec and Trend Micro should pay roughly $310 million combined for a license to that patent through the end of last year. …

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