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Tessera backs CEO after allegations fly

3/5/2013 10:55 AM EST
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Memstherapy
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re: Tessera backs CEO after allegations fly
Memstherapy   4/2/2013 6:04:15 PM
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Based on the 3/25 news- looks like the blackmail was effective.

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Greg Burneske   3/5/2013 4:50:12 PM
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As one who has had two projects stilted by Tesserra's ridiculous IP claims I find this whole soap opera kind of funny. Poetic justice perhaps. Karma. Here you have a bunch of IP trolls (who have never made anything) battling it out with a bunch of finance guys (who have never made anything) over the table scraps of a flawed business model using black mail proxy fights. Would the world be a better place if all this intellect were redirected to a more productive use?

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