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Apple Files a Copyright Infringement Lawsuit against Virtualization Software Company Corellium

While it’s actually rare to read about Apple suing a company, today Apple has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against virtualization software company Corellium. According to Apple’s opening line in their complaint before the court, “This is a straightforward case of infringement of highly valuable copyrighted works.”

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