Wi-Fi patent troll will only get 3.2 cents per router from Cisco

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Innovatio IP Ventures has become arguably the most infamous sender of patent demand letters in recent memory, besides the $1,000-per-worker “scanner trolls” we covered last year. Innovatio bought old Broadcom patents and then sent out more than 13,000 letters asking for individual chain hotels and coffee-shops to pay between $2,300 and $5,000 in licensing fees, for using off-the-shelf Wi-Fi routers and other access points. When the company didn’t get paid, lawsuits followed.

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