Apple to close two stores in supposed effort against patent trolls

Apple to close two stores in supposed effort against patent trolls

Apple is closing two of its stores in Dallas in an apparent bid to ward off litigation from patent trolls. The stores closing on April 12th will supposedly make it easier for Apple to resist being pulled into Eastern District courtrooms in patent cases. The move...

PTAB reject invalidation claim of Finjan patent

Finjan Holdings, and its subsidiary Finjan, Inc., announced that the United States Patent & Trademark Office’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board entered a Decision Denying Institution of Inter Partes Review against Juniper Networks. Juniper brought a petition which...

ANAQUA to Manage Sony Mobile’s IP for SONY

Intellectual property management solutions company Anaqua today announced that multinational technology company Sony has selected the company to manage patent and trademark portfolios for Sony Mobile Communications (“Sony Mobile”). Sony Mobile is a wholly owned...

Apple lose Qualcomm patent infringement case

Apple was ruled to have been infringing on three Qualcomm’s patents and needs to pay up, according to a recent court ruling. A jury in the US District Court for the Southern District of California found that Apple used three of Qualcomm technologies in a multitude of...

Sanofi and Regeneron lose patent dispute over cholesterol drug

The U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware upheld Amgen’s patent on the cholesterol drug Repatha, rejecting the challenge by Sanofi and Regeneron. Repatha, a monoclonal antibody designed to inhibit PCSK9 from binding to the low-density lipoprotein (LDL)...

Murgitroyd Group buy Chapman IP for £6.6M

Chapman IP sold on Monday to Murgitroyd Group for £6.6m. Chapman IP has been working with IP for the past 15 years and has serviced a broad mix of clients. Following the acquisition, Helga Chapman stepped down as managing director and has now taken a position as...

Amazon files application for facial identifying patent

Amazon has filed a patent application with the USPTO for a technology that could use visual cues - like your eyes and face - to ascertain your job and potentially track you as you move around. The patent application was filed in August 2017 and made public on...

Apple resume iPhone sales in Germany after Qualcomm ruling

Apple said it will continue selling older iPhone models in its German stores, despite being banned due to a patent infringement ruling. The iPhones to be sold in Germany will have chips from Qualcomm, instead of a mix of chips from Qualcomm and Intel Corp. Apple said...

Apple scores victory in battle with Qualcomm over pre-suit damages

Apple won another small victory in its long-running patent battle with Qualcomm after a judge ruled that the company isn't liable for pre-suit damages. A federal judge in San Diego granted the request Apple's request to limit Qualcomm from seeking compensation for...

MorphoSys settles patent lawsuit with Janssen and Genmab

MorphoSys AG announced that its lawsuit against Janssen Biotech and Genmab A/S has been settled. The parties have agreed to drop the mutual claims related to this litigation. MorphoSys filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Delaware against Janssen Biotech, and...

Spotify sued for alleged infringement of Yahoo! patents

Spotify is being sued by IP company Excalibur IP for allegedly infringing on patents held by Yahoo!. Excalibur IP filled a lawsuit with the District of Delaware Court on January 28. The complaint accuses Spotify of infringing on four patents which were created at...

Google’s appeal at the U.S. Supreme Court is denied

After Google appealed a lower court's ruling that narrowed the scope of patents that can be challenged before a federal tribunal, the U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal and stood by the 2016 federal court decision. The case stems from a lawsuit with...

Ukraine Drafts Amendments to Patent Legislation

On February 1, 2018, a draft law aimed at improving the protection of inventions and utility models was submitted to the Ukrainian Parliament for approval. The law aims to harmonize current Ukrainian patent legislation with the following EU regulations: Directive...

Apple and Nokia settle all litigation

Nokia and Apple have announced that they have settled all litigation related to their intellectual property dispute and agreed on a multi-year patent license. “This is a meaningful agreement between Nokia and Apple,” said Maria Varsellona, Chief Legal Officer at...

Dentons advising Electroneum on patent request

Dentons is advising Electroneum Ltd, the early stage technology company aiming to transform the world of cryptocurrency, and which has filed a patent application for a technology that combines blockchain, cryptocurrency and mobile ubiquity. Electroneum has developed...

Apple to pay $500 million to VirnetX

A notorious Patent Troll - VirnetX Holding Corporation - has won a major decision in the Eastern Court of Texas against Apple. Apple have been told in the decision that they should pay VirnetX over $500 million, in a decision that has been ongoing since 2012. In...

Samsung being sued for $3 billion

A lawsuit has begun between Samsung and PACid Technologies for patent infringement of three patents. the patents in questions are believed to be related to the biometric security features of Samsung’s recent Galaxy devices; specifically, the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7 and...

Humans or Robots? 14% of Brits would take legal advice from a Robot

The automation of work, including the use of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), is expected to rapidly increase. In fact, recent research by think tank ‘Centre for Cities’ found that one in five jobs in Britain will fall victim to automation by 2030. These...

Indivior sues generic versions of addiction treatment

Indivior has reacted to losing a recent court case by suing companies who are developing generic versions of its opioid addiction treatment . The Slough-based company's US arm has filed patent lawsuits against generic drugmakers Dr Reddy's, Actavis, Par, Alvogen and...

Apple Watch at the centre of latest patent infringement claim

Michigan-based company Omni MedSci has set the precedent for a trial with Apple over its popular product the Apple Watch. As reported by Axios, Omni MedSci - a technology started focused on “near-infrared and mid-infrared broadband lasers” - alleges that the heart...

BlackBerry sues Snapchat parent Snap

BlackBerry has reportedly filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Snapchat's parent company Snap in a similar lawsuit to that against Facebook earlier this month for fringement of patents relating to 3G and 4G wireless communications technology. Now, BlackBerry is...

Minesoft launch brand new PatBase Analytics V2

PatBase Analytics V2 gives users the ability to bring data sets together into meaningful abstractions, group similar entities and present in a way that can be easily understood by both patent experts and those without patent know-how. The interface and design has been...

DSS finds US Patent and Appeals Board wrong with earlier decision

Document Security Systems, Inc announced today that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”) was wrong when it found that claims 1–4 and 9–10 of U.S. Patent No. 6,128,290 (“the ‘290 patent”), owned by DSS, were unpatentable. The ‘290 patent is the subject of DSS’s...

IHI Upgrades IP Management with ANAQUA 9

Anaqua, Inc., today announced that Japanese comprehensive heavy-industry manufacturer IHI Corporation will upgrade its IP management systems by moving to ANAQUA 9, Anaqua’s integrated software and services platform. IHI, which provides a broad range of products such...

Darts-ip confirm partnership with Google Patents

Patent portfolios are global and so are patent disputes, hence, patent professionals require a global view. Whether applying for a patent or preparing litigation, having a comprehensive overview of the case law related to a patent family is crucial. Darts-ip will...

Huawei wins injunction against Samsung

An injunction has been upheld against Samsung by the Shenzhen Intermediate court in an intellectual property dispute between Samsung and Huawei. Huawei had originally dinged Samsung for patent infringement, but the Korean giant successfully argued that the IP was a...

Premaitha Health PLC patent appeal rejected

Molecular diagnostics firm Premaitha Health PLC has had its attempt to stop a patent infringement trial rejected by the UK High Court. The hearing, which took place on March 16, saw Premaitha and fellow defendants file for the case to be struck out as an abuse of the...

Dating App Tinder suing Bumble

Match Group, the owner of the Tinder Dating App, is suing their competitors 'Bumble' for misuse of intellectual property over alleged patent infringement. Bumble is accused of copying Tinders swipe-based premise. The grounds for the suit are based on the fact that...

Walmart files for a robotic bee patent

Retail giant Walmart has been in the news this week after they applied for a patent for "drone pollinators" to help fill in for the declining population of bees. The reason behind the filing is that the bees, that are said to have been noticeably declining since 2006,...

Favorable decision received for ParkerVision in case with Qualcomm

A favorable decision has been handed to ParkerVision, Inc. from a federal court judge in its patent infringement suit against Qualcomm Inc. and Apple Inc. For those of you who are unaware, ParkerVision is a developer of semiconductor technology solutions for wireless...

Impax Laboratories has agreed to pay $35 million

An agreement has been made by Impac Laoratories Inc to pay $35 million. The payment will be part of a resolution of litigation over claims it entered into an anticompetitive deal in a patent case to delay releasing a generic version of the acne medication Solodyn. The...

Resolution reached in patent case over Crest teeth whitening strips

In a patent litigation battle over teeth whitening strips, the Procter & Gamble Company has announced that they have resolved the case with Ranir LLC. The dispute was based on P&G's teeth whitening patents (a significant number of patents, too), which ranged...

Waters Chooses ANAQUA 9 for IP Management

Anaqua, Inc., a leading provider of Intellectual Property (IP) management software and services, today announced that Waters Corporation has selected ANAQUA to enhance its IP operations and enable improved collaboration. The $2 billion publicly traded specialty...

Nasdaq sue competitor for patent infringement

Late last week, Nasdaq Inc filed a patent infringement lawsuit against rival IEX Group. The patent lawsuit accuses the newest U.S. exchange operator of copying several core aspects of its electronic trading platform. The lawsuit is hoping to prevent IEX from...

Innolux sue Chinese competitor

Innolux Corp. has begun a patent litigation trial after accusing a Chinese competitor of infringing on 17 of its patents. The suit was filed with the Guangzhou Intellectual Property Court and the Ningbo Intermediate People's Court on February 12 and is, more...

US law firm pioneers ‘Tech Transfer To-Go’ using PatSnap

Melissa Silverstein Law PLLC is disrupting the technology transfer industry using PatSnap’s cloud-based analytics platform. Universities often generate a significant amount of IP, and turning that IP into revenue is a difficult process that few perform successfully. A...

Allergan’s patent dismay

A motion has been denied by the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board from the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe to dump a challenge to patents it acquired from Allergan last year and then leased back to the drugmaker.  Allergan believed that by selling its patents to the tribe, it...

CRISPR Technology gains Merck two more patents

The Korean Intellectual Property Office and the Israel Patent Office have each granted Merck's patent applications, this week. The applications that have been granted are for the company's CRISPR technology used in a genomic-integration method for eukaryotic cells....

Gilead $2.54 billion jury verdict overturned by judge

A record-breaking jury verdict in December 2016 declared that Gilead has infringed on patents over its Hepatitis C Drugs sofosbuvir (Sovaldi) and ledipasvir/sofosbuvir (Harvoni) and was charged $2.54 billion. This was the largest ever in a U.S. Patent Case....

Guardian™ Technology patent received by Egalet

Egalet Corporation (Nasdaq: EGLT) ("Egalet"), a fully integrated specialty pharmaceutical company focused on developing, manufacturing and marketing innovative treatments for pain and other conditions, today announced it has received a U.S. patent for its proprietary...

PatSnap unveils cloud collaboration platform for R&D teams

A new cloud platform has been unveiled by PatSnap this week, named PatSnap Workspaces. The platform is designed to encourage and enhance collaboration within R&D teams, and between R&D and other business units. R&D teams, Intellectual Property (IP)...

ANAQUA to Unify and Simplify Ceva’s IP Management

Anaqua, Inc., today announced that Ceva Santé Animale, one of the world’s fastest-growing animal healthcare companies, has entered into a multi-year agreement to use the ANAQUA IP platform to manage its global portfolio of patents, inventions, trademarks, and awards....

Apple’s latest patent filing

A patent application titled "Content Creation Using Electronic Input Device on Non-Electronic Surfaces" (or patent No. 62/363,172) has been filed by Apple technicians this week for an Apple Pencil-like device. In short, the patent describes a product similar to an...

Trump nominated Iancu is elected as the new USPTO head

After a 94-0 vote earlier this week, the Senate voted Adrei Iancu, 49, as the next head of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Iancu was elected by Donald Trump in August 2017 after the position became a political flashpoint in recent years. Iancu will succeed...

Apple reaches settlement with Immersion

Apple and Immersion have made a deal to settle litigation and set up licensing agreements for haptic feedback IP in mobile devices. The settlement is likely to halt all remaining infringement suits with Apple. The brief statement from Immersion, released on Monday,...

$26.7 million awarded to Illumina

A San Francisco jury has backed Illumina (NASDAQ:ILMN) in a patent infringement lawsuit against Ariosa Diagnostics pertaining to the Harmony non-invasive prenatal test (NIPT). Specifically, the jury found that Ariosa's previous and current version of the test...

Asia reclaims position as epicenter of global innovation

Annual study by Clarivate Analytics identifies world’s Top 100 Global Innovators Asia has reclaimed its standing as the epicenter for global innovation after briefly falling behind the United States in 2016, according to the 2017 Top 100 Global Innovators report...

Patent received by Integral for combining limit orders

Integral, the financial technology partner trusted by leading banks, brokers, and investment managers to design, deliver and grow their FX businesses, announced today that it has received a U.S. patent, number 9,836,789, titled “Method and System for Generating and...

Monsanto Co’s patent should be void, according to Mexico

Story from Reuters: Brazil’s patent office has concluded that Monsanto Co’s Intacta RR2 Pro patent should be declared void, according to court filings seen by Reuters regarding a lawsuit against the company by soy growers association Aprosoja. In the Jan. 17 document,...

New patent partners: Google and Tencent

A long-term agreement has been made between Google and Tencent to cross-license patents on a range of products, technologies and more. The US company have made the move alongside the Chinese tech group - who are said to dominate the internet market in China with...

Premaitha receives support loan in Illumina battle

The company behind the IONA prenatal test for Downs Syndrome has received a £2.1 million ($2.9 million) to finance its ongoing patent battle with American Illumnia. UK-based Premaitha Health received the loan from Thermo Fisher Scientific. Thermo Fisher Scientific is...

Movers & Shakers – January 2018

Venable Expands its Patent Prosecution Capabilities in its San Francisco Office with the Addition of Benjamin Pelletier Venable LLP is pleased to announce that Benjamin C. Pelletier has joined the firm’s growing Patent Prosecution and Counseling Practice as counsel in...

IEEE and IP.com add content to InnovationQ Plus

IEEE and IET have announced that the IET's full-text journals and conference papers have been made fully discoverable for all on InnovationQ plus. InnovationQ plus is a popular patent discovery and analytics platform created by IEEE and IP.com. “IEEE and IET have a...

Microsoft expands patent protection program

Last year, Microsoft announced the new Azure IP Advantage program through which Microsoft will use its patent portfolio to help protect its cloud customers from patent suits. If sued, eligible Azure customers can acquire one of 10,000 patents that Microsoft will make...

TiVo and Comcast in patent battle, again

It was only a few months ago that Comcast lost a patent lawsuit with Tivo over patent violations on several technologies relating to scheduling on set-top DVR recordings. Even though it was Comcast that said they would appeal the decision, it is TiVo who have made the...

Decision reached in patent lawsuit with Huawei and Samsung in China

In 2016, a lawsuit began between Samsung and Huawei began over a selection of wireless communication device patents. The two companies have been trying to reach an agreement since the litigation was filed but, this week, a court has reached a decision on the...

PatSnap announces the launch of Smart Search

PatSnap has announced the launch of Smart Search, a tool that enhances and accelerates patent searches, making the wealth of insights found within patent data more accessible to those with no experience in Intellectual Property (IP). Patent searching traditionally...

USPTO end of year facts & figures

With patent applications and grants rising again in 2017, it is safe to say the U.S patent system is very much back in play. IBM may still be on the top of the list but with many other companies - and countries - on the rise, it may not be long until that changes. In...

Doorbell companies in infringement lawsuit

A smart doorbell startup - Skybell Technologies - has filed a lawsuit against industry leader 'Ring' for allegedly copying their technology. The lawsuit claims that Ring knowingly used the technology that Skybell created, thus infringing three of their patents. The...

IBM has sued Expedia for patents dating back to 1980

A lawsuit has ensued at the US District Court in Delaware between IBM and Expedia over patents that date way back to the 1980s. The travel giant and a number of its subsidiary travel sites (including HomeAway, Hotels.com, Hotwire and Orbitz) have been accused of...

Movers and Shakers: January 2018

Movers and Shakers throughout January 2018. Check back weekly for updates! J A Kemp Opens Office in Paris On 1 February 2018, J A Kemp, a leading firm of European and UK Patent and Trademark Attorneys, will open an office in Paris. This will be J A Kemp’s second...

iRobot settles case with Black & Decker

In a bid to maintain its current market share iRobot, the makers of the Roomba vacuum, has challenged its competitors over alleged patent violations. Black & Decker, Bissell, iLife, and Hoover are all among names of companies listed in a complaint filed to the US...

Blood pressure monitors in patent dispute

Trustees from Purdue University filed a federal patent lawsuit against a Japanese company this week over models of pressure monitors. The patent in question - U.S. Patent No. 7,014,611 B1, referred to as the "611 patent," - was granted in March 2006 by the U.S. Patent...

Roche and Shire dispute escalates

The patent dispute between Roche (the Swiss drugmaker) and Shire (London-based drugmaker) has escalated this week, after Shire filed a new motion in a U.S. court. The motion aims, according to Roche, to stop some patients getting the medicine they require. The patent...

Mathys & Squire acquire Coller IP

Mathys & Squire have acquired, through one of our subsidiaries, intellectual property strategy and valuation specialists, Coller IP. Coller IP is a specialist in strategic, commercial intellectual property management and valuation. Coller IP, based in Oxford, has...

PXG hits back at TaylorMade in bitter patent case

The latest in a string of patent allegations comes from PXG against competitor TaylorMade. The case stems from the patent trial filed in September this year by PXG against TaylorMade for allegedly infringing on 8 of its patents. In court documents filed Monday, PXG...

Veeco prepares to appeal at Beijing IP Court

An appeal will be made to the Beijing IP Court by Veeco Instruments against its recent decision regarding the validity of patent ZL201220056049.5. The patent in question is held by Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment (AMEC) and the decision was made by the Patent...

Patent fight moves on to Australia

The ongoing patent battle in the healthcare industry between Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and ResMed has been extended to Australia. The dispute is seeking damages and injunctions to halt the sales of ResMed's products that, F&P allege, infringe four patents....

PatSnap announces the launch of Licensee Locator

PatSnap has announced the launch of Licensee Locator, an analysis tool that enables users to identify and locate potential acquirers or licensees for patented technology. Developing innovative technologies is one of the biggest challenges facing businesses. In 2017,...

Walgreens Boots IP Head Joins Squire Patton Boggs

Squire Patton Boggs welcomes Kerry Lee, the former Head of Group Intellectual Property of Walgreens Boots Alliance, as a partner in the Intellectual Property & Technology Practice in the Manchester and London offices. He has extensive experience in contentious and...

Qualcomm files against the iPhone X

In the ongoing battle between Qualcomm and Apple, Qualcomm has this week filed yet another patent infringement suit against the iPhone X after Apple suing Qualcomm earlier this year for $1 billion in an unresolved lawsuit filed early this year. The suit is linked to...

BlackBerry will pay Nokia $137 million to end patent dispute

In the current battle between BlackBerry and Nokia, Nokia has won a significant victory; a court has ordered BlackBerry to pay the Finish firm $137 million for failing to make certain payments under a patent license agreement. Precise details of the patent contract...

The Asian Patent Lawyer’s Annual 2018 – OUT NOW.

You can view the 2018 edition of the Asian Patent Lawyer's Annual online now, completely free of charge. Follow this link to read the selection of articles or if you are looking for something more specific, you can select one of the articles from the list below: Page...

Divided opinions at the U.S. Supreme Court

This week, divided opinions at the U.S. Supreme Court have left patent discrepancies up in the air. The decision was about whether a federal agency’s in-house process for challenging patents violates the constitutional rights of patent owners. The division of justices...

Microsoft sued for HoloLens technology

Microsoft has brought out a range of Mixed Reality Headsets to strengthen its gaming technology, including the recently released HoloLens. In partnership with numerous hardware vendors, Microsoft has created the HoloLens augmented reality hardware, adopted widely...

TiVo wins set-top box patent case against Comcast

TiVo Corp (previously Rovi Corp at the beginning of trial) has won a patent decision in front of the U.S International Trade Commission this week. The patent infringement battle was between TiVo and Comcast Corp. over recording technology. The decision is a conclusion...

MIPS takes legal action against POC over potential patent infringement

MIPS, the helmet part manufacturer based in the UK, have started a patent lawsuit against Swedish POC. The lawsuit was filed over alleged patent infringement on a range of its technology. The alleged infringement relates to POC’s SPIN (Shearing Pad INside) technology....

MediaTek Selects Anaqua to Manage Global Patent Portfolio

ANAQUA EXPANDS IN ASIA WITH NEW TAIWAN-BASED CLIENT Anaqua, Inc., a leading provider of Intellectual Property (IP) management and analytics software and services, today announced that MediaTek has selected the ANAQUA platform to manage its IP activities, including the...

Fisher & Paykel win lawsuit

In an ongoing case against Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and competitor ResMed, a court in the UK has ruled the patent claim invalid. The ruling means that Fisher & Paykel are free to use the patent as they wish and, in addition to this, ResMed will have to pay...

US launches probe into alleged patent violation by Samsung

A probe has been launched by the US authorities into an alleged patent infringement by Samsung Electronics. The infringement claim stems from its lucrative semiconductor business and raises further concerns about the Trump administration's pressures on South Korea....

Qualcomm suit claims Apple breached contract

In a world where Apple, Samsung, and Qualcomm seem to be the only companies we report on, here's yet another story about the ongoing battle between Qualcomm and Apple. In a California lawsuit last week, Qualcomm alleged Apple failed to comply with the terms of a...

Apple wins $120 million judgement

It has been announced this week that Apple, technically, won the $120 million patent ruling after Samsung's appeal was rejected by the US Supreme Court. The damages were a part of its ongoing battle for the 'slide-to-unlock' button with Apple. The judgment means...

Broadcom’s $130 billion bid for Qualcomm

Broadcom and Qualcomm's Innovation Strategies Broadcom's $130 billion bid for Qualcomm could become the largest merger in tech history and it safe to say it is being spoken about by everyone all around the world. Given Qualcomm’s huge IP portfolio and patent...

Anaqua Achieves ISO 27001 Certification for Security

ISO 27001 certification confirms IP company’s compliance with leading global security standard Anaqua, Inc., a leading provider of intellectual property (IP) management and analytics software and services, today announced that it has achieved ISO 27001 certification,...

Are you ready for gold plated iPhones?

Apple have filed for a patent to create “enclosures” for its devices out of “hardened” gold. The products would be included on most Apple devices including iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, etc. Apple’s new idea is to turn gold alloys into crystalline form by mixing it with...

Could this Microsoft patent change wireless headphone sales?

Last year, with the release of the iPhone 7, came the release of the wireless headphones. The iPhone 7 removed the headphone port completely for the first time and competitors such as Motorola and Google weren't far behind. However, a patent filed by Microsoft has...

IP Summit 12th edition, Brussels, on December 7-8, 2017

Want to secure your IP future? IP Summit 12th edition, Brussels, on December 7-8, 2017 New venue: The Hotel Brussels An immersive 2-day conference to feel what is going on. New technologies (digital, IoT, VR, big data and so on…) are impacting our lives in many ways....

DON’T MISS: Global IP Exchange USA

IP strategy is not just a passing trend…Ask yourself: Where is your strategy, today? Where do you want your strategy to be, tomorrow? And how will you get there?   Ahead of the Global IP Exchange USA in December 2017, attending delegates have shared their top...

Samsung takes Apple back to district court over $400 million damages

The (literally) never ending battle between Apple and Samsung over the round corner patents for their smartphones - among other issues - will go back to the District Court for a retrial to reassess the final figure required to be paid by Samsung. The three infringing...

Uniloc file another lawsuit against Apple

Uniloc are known worldwide as the serial patent troll with an apparent aim for Apple. Last year, Uniloc sued Apple over their Messages app and earlier this year over its frequent locations feature. These are just a couple of examples of the numerous patent lawsuits...

Amazon is being sued by a Native American tribe

Last month, the Patent Lawyer Magazine reported on a new technique founded by Allergan to protect their patents: they signed the rights over to a Native American tribe. This week, the St. Regis Mohawk tribe - the same tribe used by Allergen - has filed patent...

IP firm strengthens with two new Patent Attorneys

Major European patent and trade mark attorney firm, Haseltine Lake, announces the appointment of Huw Evans, a European Patent Attorney and Natasha Fairbairn, a UK Patent Attorney, both based in the firm’s Bristol office. Joining Haseltine Lake this month, Huw Evans...

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