22 May 2020PatentsRory O'Neill

GNOME settles open source suit with NPE

The non-profit  GNOME Foundation, which operates an open-source project of the same name, has settled a  patent lawsuit brought by a non-practising entity (NPE) linked to inventor Leigh Rothschild.

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