Controversy on Like Button
The social media website Facebook can face trial for its ‘Like’ button and other options. A Company has filed a case on Fb on behalf of the patent of a late Dutch programmer Joannes Josef Everardus Van Der Meer..
This social media firm known as Rembrandt Social Media says that success of Fb is results of Van Der Meer’sÂ two patents, which were used with out permission.
No One at Facebook has made a comment on it yet but it surely has been demonstrated that Rembrandt Social Media has already filed a lawsuit, which was it seems that finished in a federal courtroom in Virginia.
Basis of Social Media
Attorney of the company says that ” We Expect that Patent of Rembrandt are the basis of Social Media and choose and jury must additionally come to the same conclusion in response to proof.”
RembrandtÂ has the entire patents of Johannes von der Yosef Meir which he used for starting first social media website surfbook But unfortunately van Der Meer dies in the year 2004.
In Step With the corporate van Der Meer got the patent completed in 1998Â whereasÂ FbÂ used to be only began after 5 year of that.Â AccordingÂ to the report submitted,Â Surf ebookÂ was once a social diary the place folks can share information with their family and friends and can like those issues with like button.
In Line With these documents Facebook already knew about these patents as a result of they did mentioned about these patents in their very own patents.
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