Clearly frustrated, Austin Meyer explains how he made a flight simulator program called X-Plane, uploaded it to the Google Play Store and was promptly sued for doing so based on a vague-sounding patent. More disturbingly, Austin shows how the entire system is rigged — from judges to lawyers — to favour the patent troll.
I am being sued for using the Google Play Store.
Others have been sued for using WIFI and scanners.
It takes years, and about THREE MILLION DOLLARS, to defend yourself in these types of lawsuits.
This is called Patent-Trolling, and you may be next
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