The EFF's "classic" troll wielding a "dangerous" patent has nothing to fear from anti-troll initiatives 11 Jul 13
Joff Wild No-one could accuse Jim Logan, the founder of NPE Personal Audio, of hiding away. Having been accused by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) of being in the possession of a “dangerous patent” that is being used to sue “prominent podcasts and podcasters, including How Stuff Works and Adam Carolla, in addition to smaller podcasters...
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