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New report details Samsung’s long history of alleged price-fixing, copycatting and bribery

06
May
2014

Samsung really hates being accused of copycatting, and it’s not just because of its long-running patent dispute with Apple. Vanity Fair has written a lengthy feature that details Samsung’s long history of getting sued for alleged patent infringement in several different industries, from LCD flat-panel technology to mobile phone camera technology.  Over the past decade alone, Samsung has been sued by Sharp for allegedly infringing upon its patents for LCD flat-panel technology, by Japanese company Pioneer for allegedly infringing upon its plasma TV technology, by Kodak for allegedly infringing upon its digital imaging technology and even by InterDigital, a small American company that had developed technology that it happily licensed for years to Apple and LG but that had to sue Samsung

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