Inventor-Controlled Textile Computer Systems Adds Financial Institutions to Authentication Campaign

  • September 30, 2016
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sector: E-Commerce and Software

Inventor-controlled Textile Computer Systems, Inc. has turned one case into a campaign by filing new suits against two more credit unions, Fort Worth City Credit Union (2:16-cv-01048) and Sabine Federal Credit Union (2:16-cv-01047). Textile Computer Systems hit East Texas Professional Credit Union (2:16-cv-00702) this past July, with all three complaints asserting two patents (8,505,079; 8,533,802) generally related to authentication in online communications. The accused products are authentication systems used in connection with credit and debit cards.

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