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Two diverging sets of guidelines for the licensing of standard-essential patents (SEPs) for 5G technology and the internet of things (IoT) were published earlier today, as the opposing sides continue to clash over best practice.
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ACT | The App Association, 5G, IoT, SEPs, standard-essential patents, patent licensing, FRAND, Qualcomm, CEN-CENELEC