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A lawyer who accused civil liberties group the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) of defaming his character has withdrawn his lawsuit against the organisation’s “stupid” patent blog post.
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EFF; Electronic Frontier Foundation; Daniel Nazer; Scott Horstemeyer; Thomas Horstemeyer; defamation; Eclipse IP; patent; blog