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14 May 2015Patents

US court says Limelight did not infringe Akamai patent

An appeals court has upheld a US Supreme Court ruling in the Akamai v Limelight case stating that Limelight is not liable for patent infringement because multiple parties had performed different steps of the infringement.

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