Tuesday, January 24, 2006

NTP Plans to Fight On

NTP Inc. vows to continue its fight following Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court rejection of a petition by RIM to review the federal appeal court ruling that rejected RIM’s "we're Canadian" defence in which it argued that since its BlackBerry relay server is based in Waterloo, Ontario, U.S. patent laws do not apply. NTP argued that while emails pass through a server outside of the US, the service is American since they originate and terminate in the United States, and use American infrastructure while doing so.


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