Friday, June 01, 2012

Google Points Antitrust Finger at Microsoft, Nokia - WSJ.com

Perhaps an intellectual property radical transparency case study in the making
"Google Inc. said it filed an antitrust complaint Thursday in Europe arguing that Microsoft Corp. and Nokia Corp. are using proxy companies to brandish patents and hurt the prospects of Google's Android mobile-phone software to the advantage of Microsoft's technology.
Google also plans to share its complaint about patent "trolls" with U.S. competition regulators."
Google Points Antitrust Finger at Microsoft, Nokia - WSJ.com
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