Ericsson sues Wiko for patent infringement

On August 14, 2017, Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) sued smartphone maker Wiko, in the regional courts of Düsseldorf and Mannheim in Germany, for infringement of patents essential for 2G, 3G and 4G cellular technology, as well as implementation patents.
Wiko has been infringing Ericsson’s intellectual property rights for six years without any license or compensation.
Ericsson has tried to establish a fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory (FRAND) license agreement with Wiko since May 2013, but has not succeeded.

Yahoo Claim That Hack Was State Sponsored Is Disputed

In a report published Wednesday, the information-security firm InfoArmor offered some new details on the Yahoo breach and Group E.
The analysis still leaves many questions unanswered, including how InfoArmor obtained access to the database and why Yahoo didn't uncover the magnitude of the breach for nearly two years.
InfoArmor declined to say whether it has a copy of the database or accessed it through a third party.


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