Pay As You Go Moves On from Wireless Carriers to Cloudera

May 1, 2024

The last of its three cases against AT&T, Deutsche Telekom (T-Mobile),and Verizon having ended, Pay As You Go, LLC, a plaintiff associated with monetization figure Leigh M. Rothschild, has sued Cloudera (1:24-cv-00463), this time in the Western (rather than the Eastern) District of Texas. The plaintiff describes the sole patent-in-campaign here as generally related to “telecommunications services and methods that enable a user and/or other responsible party to make payments as the user uses the telecommunication services”, with its most recent infringement allegations focused on the provision of functionality within the “Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) cloud-native services” by which a “customer-user can choose to pay for additional blocks of data using a third-party payment service”.

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