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Google Sued by Reverse Phone Lookup Inventor for Infringement on Patented Technology

BySamantha Jones

Apr 3, 2024
Patent Lawsuit Filed Against Google for Reverse Lookup Technology

Jeff Isaacs, the holder of a patent for reverse phone lookup technology, has filed infringement claims against Google LLC. The patent, No. US RE48,847, titled “Post-Page Caller Name Identification System,” is used on his website, OKCaller.com. According to Isaacs, Google is selling apps on the Google Play Store that are infringing on his patent by implementing and carrying out processes and methods specified in the patent.

Isaacs also accuses Google of inducing its users to infringe on the patent by providing a complete system for reverse phone lookup to users who enter a phone number to query. The complaint filed against Google suggests that its actions are in violation of Isaacs’ patent rights and are causing harm to his business and interests.

This situation highlights the importance of protecting intellectual property rights and the potential legal consequences that can arise from infringement claims. If found guilty of infringement, Google could face significant damages and operational changes.

As a reminder for companies to carefully assess and comply with existing patents is crucial to avoid legal disputes and potential harm to their business interests. This case serves as a warning that companies must take responsibility for their actions when it comes to intellectual property rights.

By Samantha Jones

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