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ITC finds Nintendo, Wii innocent of violating Motiva patents

11/02, 6:50pm

Nintendo Wii cleared in initial ITC ruling

The US International Trade Commission gave Nintendo a respite late Wednesday after it defeated a patent violation claim by Motiva. An administrative law judge determined that the Wii didn't violate two of Motiva's patents for tracking movement through a controller. As with all ITC cases, the ruling is preliminary and will be reviewed by a Commission panel in March to decide if any of the verdict needs to be overturned.

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