Samsung sued for $3B for biometric patent infringement


PACid Technologies claims most flagship models, including Galaxy S6Galaxy S6 edgeGalaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S8Galaxy S8+ were equipped with the software that ran the infringing data encryption methods. This includes the biometric operating system Pass and the in-house platform Knox. The sum of $2.82 billion is equal to a compensation of $3 per sold smartphone.

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Samsung Electronics representative commented in front of South Korean media that the company is “planning to look for countermeasures after going over claims made by PACid.” Since it is a leader of the FIDO Alliance for standardized authentication technologies, the case might hit other companies, including LG Electronics, Google, and Amazon.

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