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Tandberg Telecom AS

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Tandberg Telecom AS became news in the blogosphere when video software (x264) developer Jason Garrett-Glaser pointed out a series of coincidences which strongly suggest that Tandberg had been reading the software source code published by Garrett-Glaser and had applied for a patent on Garrett-Glaser's work in their own name.[1] This form of patent fraud is unheard of but could be very common.

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  1. http://x264dev.multimedia.cx/archives/589


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