GPS App Firm Realleges Copyright, Conversion Claims Against Google, Waze

Mealey's (January 19, 2016, 8:30 AM EST) -- SAN FRANCISCO — A month after seeing its copyright infringement claim dismissed, the creator of the PhantomALERT smart phone and global positioning system (GPS) device applications on Jan. 13 filed an amended complaint in California federal court, once again alleging that a rival company copied its proprietary database (PhantomALERT Inc. v. Google Inc., et al., No. 3:15-cv-03986, N.D. Calif.).

(Amended complaint available. Document #24-160121-016C.)

GPS Navigation Apps

Washington, D.C., firm PhantomALERT Inc. has created GPS navigation apps for smartphones and other devices. The apps alert users...
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