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The patents in the Yahoo!-Facebook patent war

Eileen McDermott, New York


Yahoo! has reportedly demanded licensing fees from Facebook for technology relating to advertising, the personalisation of Web sites, social networking and messaging

The move could usher in a new era of patent fights in the realm of social media.

The internet company briefed the New York Times Monday, in advance of a meeting between representatives of the two companies. Facebook said it...


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