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One Reason Twitter Won’t Sue Over Patents: It Doesn’t Own Any

April 25, 2012 No Comments

Earlier this month, Twitter made worldwide headlines by promising to refrain from suing other companies and individuals for patent infringement unless certain criteria were met. Twitter proclaimed it wanted to use patents created by its employees for defensive purposes only.

I was skeptical. But now I think that Twitter will adhere to this policy of not filing patent suits, at least for now.

Why?

The company doesn’t own any.

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