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To: Art Bechhoefer who wrote (206992)12/6/2019 11:57:05 AM
From: Moonray  Read Replies (3) of 209576
If these are "fresh antitrust violations," why does the article bear a Reuters 2017 copyright date? Fake old news?
I have no idea about the Reuter's date, you'll have to ask them.
The story's by-line says:
Written by Robert Smith × December 6, 2019
and the story says:
The accusations, made in a filing late Tuesday in US District Court for
the Southern District of California, are counterclaims to a seeking to
force the contractors to pay Qualcomm licence fees that Apple
directed them to stop paying.

So I have no reason to believe it is fake news.
A lot of times Qualcomm bulls believe any story is fake if it has
something detramental to say about QCOM. Perhaps the four
contractors thought they had fresh info seeing the headline:
Qualcomm to appeal against another antitrust whopper:
This time it's $873m courtesy of South Korea

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