SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple is being fined $25,000 per day for lacking a court-imposed deadline to supply proof in a authorities lawsuit that alleges cellular chip provider Qualcomm has been imposing unfair licensing phrases on the makers of smartphones.
The fine imposed Thursday by a federal Justice of the Peace decide in San Jose, California, is retroactive to Dec. 16 and can stay in impact till Dec. 29. If Apple hasn’t produced all 1.three million paperwork lined by an order issued in October, U.S. Magistrate Judge Nathanael Cousins intends to extend the fine.
In a press release, Apple stated it plans to attraction Cousins’ ruling in a case pitting the Federal Trade Commission in opposition to Qualcomm, whose know-how is used in many of the world’s smartphones.
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