Apple has been sued by Katrina Parrott (under Cub Club Investment, LLC), a Black businesswoman, for copyright infringement of her “iDiversicons” and more specifically her copyrighted method for letting users choose from five skin tones of color that debuted on Apple’s App Store in 2013 and on iTunes in 2014.
View the original article here: Apple Sued for Copyright Infringement of 'iDiversicons,' a Five-Tone Emoji System Designed to Represent Minorities
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