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Judge Rules Against China In ‘Green Dam’ Suit

February 19th, 2011 02:40 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


An anonymous reader writes “About a year after Cybersitter sued the Chinese government and several Asian OEMs for allegedly copying its code to create the ‘Green Dam’ software, a US federal judge has allowed the $2.3 billion suit to proceed. Judge Josephine Staton Tucker, a California district judge, entered a judgement of default against the People’s Republic of China on Wednesday, after PRC officials failed to respond to the ruling. Although the PRC’s embassy sent a letter to the US State Department protesting Cybersitter’s suit, such a letter did not qualify as a formal response.”

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