A German court has found Apple’s customer data sharing to violate their country’s consumer privacy protection laws. » Read the rest
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A few weeks ago, Apple won a huge patent lawsuit against their rival Samsung. Samsung was ordered to pay more than $1 Billion in damages, but not everything may be rosy for Apple. US District judge Lucy Koh, in her decision, said that Apple must release its profit margins to the public.
A Chinese court has ruled that Apple must pay over $82,000 to an encyclopedia publisher due to app store piracy.
Apple is seeking an additional $707 million from Samsung on top of the $1 billion it was awarded in damages from the two technology company’s recent court case.
It seems as though the drama between Samsung and Apple will not die anytime soon. Samsung now plans to add Apple’s iPhone 5 to existing patent lawsuits and will seek further legal action to the retail giant.
Apple has apparently asked for 30% of Samsung’s income with ongoing legal battles between the pair.
A US International Trade Commission judge ruled that Apple does not infringe on patents owned by Samsung.
Apple has won a preliminary sales ban against several Motorola products in Germany.
Samsung’s recent loss in court has netted Apple a $1 billion in damages for patent infringement. The payment is due from Samsung, but new reports say that they wont have to make a full payment until 2013.