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May 12, 2005

Mobile Operators Fight DRM Corner

The Register:  Here's a good overview of what's going on with MPEG LA and the GSMA with regards to DRM on cell phones...."One of the key elements here is that patent rulings outside of the US mostly rely on when a patent application is filed for that territory, and not on when the technology was invented. So if Intertrust or ContentGuard didn’t file for a patent in somewhere like Australia, before a local supplier, then it may have trouble filing suit against that supplier, even if it invented the technology first."


--GSM Association Rejects New DRM Patent License Terms

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