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Yahoo is a search engine company. They filed amicus briefs for the CAFC and the Supreme Court hearings of Bilski:

[edit] Litigation against Yahoo

In August 2010, Yahoo won against a suit filed by Bright Response, claiming infringement of a "Firepond/Polaris" patent.[1]

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  1. "Jury Invalidates One of EFF's 'Most Wanted' Patents". http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2010/08/jury-invalidates-one-effs-most-wanted-patents. "Bright Response, LLC — the technical owner of the patent — sued Google, Inc., Yahoo!, Inc. and eight other companies, alleging that Google's AdWords and Yahoo!'s Sponsored Search infringes the Firepond/Polaris patent. The jury found three of the patent's claims invalid" 

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