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U.S. Says Apple Can Bid on Nortel Patents

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Jun 23, 2011, 1:33 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

According to sources cited by Bloomberg, antitrust regulators of the U.S. government have given Apple permission to bid on the large collection of patents being auctioned off by Nortel next week. The government had earlier indicated that it was keeping its eye on Apple's interest in the patents. Bloomberg's sources say the government will continue to monitor the auction and make a final assessment once a sale has been reached.


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Jun 23, 2011, 3:13 PM


(sarcasm on)
Let's give Apple even more stranglehold over technology. Yet even more ways for Apple to lockdown things and control various markets and technologies. Joy!

Oh wait, this means there will be even more companies for Apple to sue. Oh happy day!

(sarcasm off)
🤣 !!!
apple needs these patents, man! how will they survive in this cut throat industry without the patents?? they're just a smalltime company, making products for the people! by the people for the people! like america...don't you like america?
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