Prominent podcasters throughout the United States can expect to receive legal notifications that they’re infringing on a defunct company’s patent.
The man sending these letters is Jim Logan, and he’s already won a lawsuit against Apple for $8 million. That ruling essentially says that Apple owes Logan money, who invented a precursor to iTunes and podcasts.
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