Reexamination Requested by Google against Two More British Telecom Patents

Scott Daniels | June 14, 2012

On Tuesday we reported that reexamination had been requested against U.S. Patent No. 6,151,309, owned by British Telecommunications.  BT had sued Google in Delaware for infringement of the ‘309 and five other patents, all related to network communications, data navigation, data transfer, and data storage among them.  The accused products include Google Android, Google Music, Google Maps, Google Places, and Google Search, though not the Google Patent. 

Patent Office records now show that reexamination was requested on the same day against two other BT patents, U.S. Patent Nos. 6,169,515 & 6,650,284.  PTO records also reveal Google as the requester.

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