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Why today’s Apple v Samsung Supreme Court case is so important, and why it won’t end there

The BBC has an interesting take on the Apple versus Samsung patent case that is finally heading to the Supreme Court today, arguing that a definitive ruling is needed in order to bring a 19th Century law into the 21st Century.  It also explains why the legal battle probably won’t end with the Supreme Court’s ruling. A one-paragraph recap for anyone who hasn’t been following the case closely.
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