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Sony ordered to pay $ 25 million. for their digital cameras
The fact that in our information age the issue of protecting intellectual property rights is acquiring great importance has recently received another confirmation: Sony, forced last year to acquire a license to use the JPEG format from Forgent Networks for a huge amount, again found itself on the defendant’s bench in arbitration court. This time the company was forced to satisfy the claim of St. Clair Intellectual Property Consultants, concerning six patents last acquired in 1995. The oldest of the patents was granted in 1992.
The patents in question have numbers: # 6,496,222, # 6,323,899, # 6,233,010, # 6,094,219, # 5,576,757, # 5,138,459 and describe the processes of initialization of removable media formats in digital cameras and communication interfaces with a PC.
As you know, the issue of protecting the rights of ownership of patents is a double-edged sword. In this case, the ease with which Sony negotiated a deal to acquire a license from Forgent in the past caught the attention of the old patent holders and their attempt to squeeze something out of the Japanese firm proved to be successful. Originally in the requirements of St. Clair Intellectual Property Consultants listed $ 172 million. – this is how the company estimated Sony’s debt from the sale of digital cameras at $ 3.01 billion. since 1998. And although the court ordered Sony to pay “only” $ 25 million., the purchase of patents cost the company $ 65,000.
According to The Detroit News Technology, Sony is going to file an appeal, the essence of which, in addition to challenging the legality of the conclusion of infringement of the rights of ownership of patents, is that even in the case of illegal use, the royalties should not exceed $ 5.73 million. By the way, the legality of Forgent’s claims is also now called into question – JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group), almost immediately after the claim was received, published materials from publications describing JPEG algorithms and dated earlier than the applications for patents that Forgent now own were filed (the company acquired them in late 1990s).
An unpleasant precedent set by individuals at Rambus, Forgent and others like that discredits the patent law system, and in the case of the latest lawsuit against Sony, it may even be caused by the negligence of the US patent office. In any case, patent law in its modern form may turn out to be another brake on scientific and technological progress.