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Old Jun 9, 2012, 12:35 PM   #175
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Priority 1 for tech firms is protection of their IP. You may disagree with Apple's apparent conduct on the matter but every company does it to a certain extent. Apple just seems to be more aggressive about it. Business is business, sheesh...
Protecting your IP is well and good, but abusing a patent system that has been updated to let the courts sort it out is absolutely ridiculous and should not be condoned.

Apple is doing nothing more than trolling patents and the fact they are being granted those even though there is plenty of prior art is pathetic.

Every company has a right to protect their IP, but Apple is not doing much of that.
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