MyMail Accuses Fujifilm Wi-Fi-Enabled Cameras of Infringement
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 (8,275,863; 9,021,070) 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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