PublishedMay 17, 2013

Startup DITTO Selling T-Shirts to Defend Against Patent Suit

EFF recently wrote about a startup called DITTO that sells eyewear online using a technology it developed to let people see how the glasses would look on them using a webcam. DITTO is being sued by 1-800-CONTACTS for patent infringement. It has also been sued by a PAE in the Eastern District of Texas.

To raise money to fight the suits, DITTO is selling some nice t-shirts that say “I Beat Trolls” over at Indiegogo.

I encourage you to help them out. It’s a good cause, and they’re cool shirts:

I Beat Trolls t-shirt

 

Matt Levy

Previously, Matt was patent counsel at the Computer & Communications Industry Association

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