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May 19, 2006 10:37 AM
Posted by Monica Soto
This isn't the first time the patent has landed Amazon in court. A month after its 1-Click patent was granted in Sept. 1999, Amazon sued BarnesandNoble.com for using a similar feature. The companies settled the lawsuit in March 2002.
In an odd twist, the patent's validity is being challenged by Peter Calveley -- among a dozen actors to provide motions for "The Lord of the Ring's" computer-generated elves and orcs.
We're sure Amazon wants to send the lawsuit into the firey chasms whence it came.
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