Yahoo turns patent troll, aims to shake down Facebook for fees in run up to IPOVentureBeat
Feb. 28, 2012
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The legal team at Yahoo reached out to Facebook yesterday, at the same time as they were briefing the New York Times, to give the social networking giant the heads up that it would be seeking licensing fees on ten to twenty patents, and suing if that didnít work.