JoltID Files Injunction Against Skype

Skype Founders Janus Friis and Niklas Zennstrom seem dead set on killing off Skype. The company they own JoltId – which controls the p2p technology used by Skype, has filed an copyright suit, now in the US with an injunction (fast-track lawsuit) in an effort to shut Skype down. The company says damages are amassing at more than $75 million per day and as the legal dispute drags on, one wonder just what sort of deal Meg Whitman struck a few years back which allowed this many angles for lawsuits. See more from the Wall Street Journal.

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