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‘Free’ H.264 a Precursor To WebM Patent War?

August 30th, 2010 08:22 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

webmink writes “The MPEG LA seem unwilling to explain why they have extended their ‘free’ H.264 streaming video policy now. This article unpacks the history of MPEG LA and then suggests the obvious — it’s all because of WebM — and the worrying — maybe it’s preparing the ground for opening a third front in the patent war against Google.”

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