MyMail Accuses Fujifilm Wi-Fi-Enabled Cameras of Infringement

  • December 9, 2016

MyMail, Ltd. has added another case to its growing litigation campaign, accusing Fujifilm (2:16-cv-01357) of infringing a single patent (8,732,318) through the manufacture and sale of Wi-Fi-enabled cameras. The ‘318 patent, generally related to facilitating network connectivity, is one patent in an eight-member family owned by MyMail, which asserted an earlier network connectivity patent (6,571,290) in a case filed against multiple Internet service providers a dozen years ago. The NPE also asserted two toolbar customization patents (8,275,8639,021,070) from that family in one case filed in 2013 and in multiple recent cases, all filed this year, against defendants ranging from Nasdaq to Comcast.

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