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Submission + - EU targets Motorola in anti-trust over standards-essential patents (arstechnica.com)

Fluffeh writes: "Motorola Mobility has found itself on the receiving end of an antitrust investigation by the European Commission due to its alleged abuse of standards-essential patents related to WiFi, H.264, and 3G wireless networking. The EC investigation comes shortly after it launched a similar investigation of Samsung, which has been attempting to leverage its 3G-related patents against Apple. The investigation could be especially worrisome for Google, which was recently granted approval of its planned merger with Motorola."
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EU targets Motorola in anti-trust over standards-essential patents

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