eBay strikes back

From Greg Beck @ Consumer Law & Policy Blog: A while back I wrote about a case in which an eBay seller sued a company called Innovate! Technology for wrongly invoking the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to cancel his eBay auctions. Although the company claimed that the eBay sales infringed its intellectual property rights, its real complaint was that the sales did not comply with its minimum pricing policy. In other words, the company claimed that its intellectual property rights were violated because its products were priced too low.

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