Monthly Archives: May 2020

Skilled in the Art: RPX and the War on ‘Bad Patents’ + Zooming to Trial in Virginia + Can You Hear Us Now, Judge Alsup?

Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham, and I’m hoping that 85% of today’s briefing will be comprehensible. You may have to use context to fill in the rest (explanation below). Here’s what’s crossing my desk this week: This premium content is locked forLaw.com subscribers only. Subscribe Now Already have an account? Sign In NowInterested in customizing your subscription with Law.com access?Contact our Sales Professionals at 1-855-808-4530 or send an emailto groupsales@alm.com to learn more. Source link

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Adobe Copyright Suit Over ColdFusion

On May 4, Adobe, Inc. filed a complaint against Silk Road Technology, Inc. (Silk Road), alleging that the company breached a software license agreement and infringed on its copyrights relating to an Adobe product called ColdFusion. This case is being held in the Northern District of California before Magistrate Judge Donna M. Riu. ColdFusion is an Adobe-owned website building software, whose licensees must use the product only for internal use within a company. As summarized by the complaint, “ColdFusion licensees use the product to create websites internal to their companies where their employees can submit expense reports or track inventory.” Unless a custom hosting license is created, the use of ColdFusion by and for third parties is prohibited. Against Adobe’s… Source link

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GoDaddy Hack Breaches Hosting Account Credentials – Threatpost

The domain registrar giant said that the breach started in October 2019. UPDATE GoDaddy, the world’s largest domain name registrar, is warning customers that attackers may have obtained their web hosting account credentials. An “unauthorized individual” was able to access users’ login details in an intrusion that the company said took place back in October — the company told Threatpost that the issue was discovered on April 23. The company said that the breach only affected hosting accounts, not general GoDaddy.com customer accounts, and that no customer data in the main accounts was accessed. The Scottsdale, Ariz.-based company has more than 19 million customers worldwide, but only 28,000 were affected by the attack. The… Source link

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