BT sues Steam owner for patent infringement

Thursday 1 September 2016 | 10:43 CET | News
BT has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Valve Corp, game developer, publisher and digital distribution company, in the US. BT alleges that Valve's Steam video game distribution platform infringes four patents held by the company. Despite repeated attempts to reach an amicable resolution and requests to stop infringing the patents, BT says that Valve has continued to willfully and wantonly infringe the patent.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: BT
Countries: United States / World
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