Intellectual property rights might not entitle Apple to any ‘commission’ on app revenues, but in any event nowhere near 30%: court misunderstood Epic’s lawyers

For a blog with “patents” in the name it would actually have made a lot of sense to start the discussion of the Epic Games v. Apple ruling with the intellectual property aspects of the case. But I had to combat disinformation of app developers regarding the practical effects of the injunction (should it ever be enforced).The court ruling is unfair to Epic with respect to what it actually wanted and argued. (Some would argue that it’s unfair in other ways, too, but I wish to keep a narrow focus in this post.)In the decision, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers accuses…

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