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Personal Audio is back again in its patent trolling ways. After successfully suing Apple for infringing its patent about “downloadable playlists,” which ended with an $8 million settlement, the Texas-based patent licensing company filed a patent infringement complaint against Amazon.

Personal Audio did the same thing all over: filing the case again in the Eastern District of Texas federal court (which favors the patent holder more), but instead of the iPod, it now claims that Kindle Fire infringed two of its intellectual properties. The patents in question are number 6,199,076 that involves an audio player and number 7.509,178 that claims the aforementioned downloadable playlists.

Let us see if Amazon would take the same route as Apple or fight it out in this battle that is sorely not in their favor.

Source: Paid Content, via Engadget

 
 

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