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Non-practising entity VirnetX has had its patent case against Cisco dumped by a Texas jury, meaning it won't be seeing any of the $US258 million it had demanded of the networking giant. The low-profile company with links to the national security community via Science Applications International Corp issued its demands in 2010, …

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Is there a weather station in Hell?

I think someone will need to send some blankets down to poor freezing Satan soon.

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American Judiciary is losing its edge

Two sane judgements in less than a week! Unbelievable!!!

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Of course...

...VirnetX won a $368 million damages award against Apple last November in front of the same judge and using the same patent claims -- just a different jury -- as the Cisco case. This time around, the judge simply strategised a bit better, so the jury found VirnetX's secure networking patents to be valid, just that Cisco hadn't infringed on any of them. Small victory for troll hunters, really.

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Security Applications International?

Science Applications International sounds more like it.

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