FTC appeals Rambus decision to Supreme Court
The Federal Trade Commission has asked the Supreme Court to hear an appeal of an April ruling that found technology developer Rambus had not engaged in anticompetitive behaviour
In 2006, the FTC found Rambus guilty of unlawfully monopolising computer memory markets through deceptive conduct, in particular by not disclosing its patents to standards-settings organisation, the Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC).
But the US Court of Appeals for...
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