Google Faces Lawsuit for Infringing Patent on Reverse Lookup Technology

Google Faces Legal Battle over Infringement of Reverse Phone Lookup Patent by Jeff Isaacs

Jeff Isaacs, the patent holder of reverse phone lookup technology used on OKCaller.com, has filed an infringement claim against Google LLC for allegedly infringing his patent No. US RE48,847 titled “Post-Page Caller Name Identification System.” The legal battle between the two parties highlights the importance of protecting intellectual property rights in the technology sector.

According to the complaint filed by Isaacs, Google is accused of inducing its users to infringe the patent by providing a complete system for reverse phone lookup when users enter a phone number to query. This action has led to claims that Google is facilitating patent infringement through its actions.

This case will set a precedent for how companies handle infringement claims related to patented technology and shed light on the legal responsibilities of tech giants like Google to respect the intellectual property rights of inventors and patent holders.

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