RMS software company hits with lawsuit for stealing copyright
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RMS Software Inc. is facing a lawsuit from a California-based software company over the alleged theft of copyright in its software that makes it easier to share files.
In the lawsuit filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, Microsoft alleges that the software company used a “policies designed to limit or block the use of a computer for the purpose of copying a work” without obtaining permission from the copyright owner.
The suit says that the company’s software was used to steal copyrighted materials from an unnamed “non-commercial” business.RMS says it is a software company and not a copyright holder.
It has been accused of stealing software from the Microsoft servers.
Microsoft said the lawsuit was brought on behalf of its customers.
RMS Software Inc. is facing a lawsuit from a California-based software company over the alleged theft of copyright in its…
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