US jury tells Apple to pay $398m for patent infringement

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US jury tells Apple to pay $398m for patent infringement

Over digital rights management in iTunes.

A federal jury in Texas said Apple must pay about US$308.5 million (A$398 million) to Personalized Media Communications (PMC) for infringing a patent associated with digital rights management. The jurors directed Apple to pay a running royalty to PMC, which is generally based on the amount of ...

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