Justices cautious in oral arguments of Limelight case
At the heart of the issue are the concepts of direct and indirect infringement. In the original case, Akamai accused Limelight networks of violating one of its patents; however, because part of the patented method required another action performed by another party to complete it, it could not be considered...
By Chris DiMarcoMay 02, 2014
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