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Apple sued for alleged security patent infringement

Intertrust, a company backed by Sony and Philips, says Apple needs to license its security patents.

By March 20, 2013

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HTC buys stake in streaming video company SyncTV

The mobile phone maker has launched a partnership with Intertrust Technologies, buying 20 percent of its SyncTV subsidiary.

By March 26, 2012

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Intertrust signs DRM deal with Vodafone

Phone giant Vodafone has licensed digital rights management technology directly from Intertrust.

By November 14, 2005

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Microsoft, InterTrust iron out lawsuit

The software giant ends another outstanding lawsuit, announcing a $440 million settlement and licensing deal with the digital rights management company.

By April 12, 2004

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InterTrust appoints new CEO

Digital rights management company InterTrust Technologies says it has appointed David Lockwood as chief executive. Lockwood, who served as president and a board member, replaces the company's founder and CEO Victor Shear. Shear will retain his position as chairman of the board. According to an InterTrust representative, the executive change was made because the company wanted to give Lockwood an opportunity "to gain some additional time and experience with the company." Lockwood has been with InterTrust since October 2000. Before joining the company, he worked for Reuters Greenhouse and Goldman Sachs. The executive shift comes two weeks after the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company expanded a lawsuit filed against Microsoft, alleging that the software giant's Windows File Protection infringes on an InterTrust patent. InterTrust makes software that protects songs and videos from being illegally copied.

March 28, 2002

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InterTrust broadens suit against Microsoft

Digital rights management company InterTrust Technologies says it has expanded a lawsuit filed against Microsoft, alleging the software giant's Windows File Protection infringes on an InterTrust patent issued three years ago. The patent covers technologies and methods for protecting software and files as they are loaded and executed on operating systems. Windows File Protection, used in Windows XP and Windows 2000, prevents overwriting or replacement of certain system files. Santa Clara, Calif.-based InterTrust makes software that protects songs and videos from being illegally copied. InterTrust has filed two patent infringement suits against Microsoft. In April 2001, it targeted music and video software in Windows Media Player; that suit was later expanded to include Microsoft's Windows XP operating system and .Net initiative. Last month, InterTrust filed a second suit targeting technology that helps connect audio players and other peripherals to PCs.

March 13, 2002

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Microsoft's eye on data protection

The software giant's settlement with InterTrust reflects a growing focus on digital rights management across a wide spectrum of computing tasks.

By April 12, 2004

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InterTrust to protect tunes on Sanyo device

The company, which makes software that protects songs and videos from being illegally copied, licenses its technology to Sanyo for a new digital music device.

January 10, 2002

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InterTrust to limit copying from set-tops

InterTrust Technologies, which makes software that protects songs and videos from being illegally copied, has teamed with Pace Micro Technologies to create set-top boxes bundled with digital rights management. Santa Clara, Calif.-based InterTrust said Pace will join its Rights/Alliance Program, which brings together software and hardware technologies to help Internet service providers distribute digital content. InterTrust also announced that Envivio, a company that delivers streamed media content, has joined the Rights/Alliance Program. The alliance also includes Sun Microsystems, Artesia Technologies, nCube, Portal Software and SkyStream Networks.

November 28, 2001

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InterTrust's president resigns

InterTrust Technologies, which makes software that protects songs and videos from being illegally copied, said its president, David Ludvigson, has resigned effective Nov. 1 to pursue other interests. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company said it has appointed David Lockwood, the company's executive vice chairman and a board member, to replace Ludvigson. Prior to joining the digital rights management company, Lockwood worked for Reuters Greenhouse, a venture capital fund, as well as Goldman Sachs. In August, InterTrust said it would cut 12 percent of its work force in an effort to reduce costs.

October 26, 2001