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On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the US$290 million jury verdict against Microsoft Corp. for infringing on a patent owned by computer software company i4i. The decision by the court was a unanimous one.
An appeal by Microsoft to overturn a ruling that awarded Toronto company i4i more than $240 million in a patent infringement suit has been denied. The U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the software giant did in fact "willfully infringe" on an i4i patent.
According to a recent study commissioned by Sirius Canada, 76 per cent of Canadians support the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's (CRTC) decision to grant satellite radio licenses to Canadian providers. Twenty-one per cent of Quebecors think the federal cabinet should overturn the decision and not allow the current satellite radio options; while 69 per cent support the current ruling.
As expressed in a blog yesterday, confidence levels that Industry Minister Tony Clement would overturn the CRTC's decision to approve usage-based billing for the Internet in Canada were high. And it looks like Clement has come through as expected.
The CRTC will be holing a public review to discuss issues surrounding usage-based billing in Canada.