San Francisco-based Voxer company has increased the problems of Meta company, let us tell you that a US jury has ordered Meta to pay about Rs 1406 crore. See what is the whole matter here.
Meta is a big name about which you already know, so you do not need to tell about what meta is, tell that meta company The difficulties have increased. Recently a US jury has ordered Meta to pay $174.5 million (approximately 1405 million) for infringing a live-streaming patent developed by a US military veteran.
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The trial ended in Texas Federal Court and the jury found that Facebook and Instagram’s Live features used technology that was patented by Voxer, a company co-founded by Tom Katis.
META spokesperson said this
A spokesperson for Meta company said in response to the AFP investigation that we believe that the evidence shown in the trial has shown that Meta has not infringed Voxer’s patent. He further said that we intend to seek relief by filing an appeal.”
Who is Katis?
Court filings mention that Cutis joined the military after the attacks in the US and served as a Special Forces communications sergeant in Afghanistan.
The complaint states that when his combat unit was attacked in Kunar province, he realized that the systems from reinforcements to coordinates and medical evacuation, etc. were too time-sensitive.
In this case, the lawyer says that Katis and his team started developing communication solutions in 2006 to overcome these shortcomings.
Facebook had approached San Francisco-based Voxer for potential collaboration after the launch of the Walkie Talkie app in 2011, but according to legal documents, no agreement was reached between the two companies.