Shut Up, Already

Hawkins, Asher
April 2008
Forbes Asia;4/7/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p22
The article focuses on the issues surrounding Cisco in relation to a blog called Patent Troll Tracker written by its employee. The blog deals with a U.S. patent infringement case filed by ESN against Cisco in Texas. It was launched in February 2008 by an anonymous author. However, after a $15,000 bounty was put up for the author's identity, Richard Frenkel, a Cisco in-house intellectual property (IP) lawyer, revealed himself as the author.


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