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British Telecom is the latest to sue Google over Android, other services

Richard Lawler, @Rjcc
December 18, 2011
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Another day, another patent lawsuit against Google. FOSS Patents reports British Telecom filed suit Thursday in Delaware over six of its patents it says Google is infringing upon with Android and other services like Maps and Music. Feel free to avail yourself of the text of the suit embedded after the break, which is heavy on terms like "telecommunications apparatus and method" and "navigation information system". We're not hearing any official response from Mountain View yet, but until we do you can probably pencil in platitudes about innovation and bogus patents.

Update: We have heard from Google, saying (predictably) ""We believe these claims are without merit, and we will defend vigorously against them."

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