Apple Indicts Samsung For Leaking Its Confidential Files

Posted: Nov 10 2013, 11:55am CST | by , Updated: Nov 10 2013, 2:18pm CST, in News | Apple

 
Apple Indicts Samsung for Leaking Its Confidential Files

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Samsung is going to face a big problem as the company is accused of violating Apple’s patent-licensing policy

According to Apple Balla, a judge called Paul Grewal says that Samsung has broken Apple’s patent-licensing agreement, and declares sanction for the Korean company.

Samsung was given confidential files which contain the patent-licensing agreement of several technological companies, including Apple, Nokia, Ericsson, Sharp and Phillips. The court ordered a rule for shielding the agreement, which disables anyone to use it, except the lawyers in genuine legal cases.

Apple indicts Samsung to use the secret information and ultimately take a big advantage in the technological market. Apple says that the Korean tech giant provided the files to more than 90 employees.

Another big name, Nokia also accuses Samsung to do the same thing with their confidential documents.

The judge calls for recommendations from both Apple and Nokia in case of potential fine. Conversely, Samsung has been notified to get prepared for the defense.

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