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Cloudflare, the CDN and Internet security company, has gone full berserker-mode in its fight against patent-holding company Blackbird Technologies.
Blackbird sued Cloudflare in March, claiming infringement of US Patent No. 6,453,335.

Two weeks ago, Cloudflare explained the strategy it would use to fight back.

The company pledged to not only seek to invalidate the ‘335 patent, but it will spend $50,000 on a “bounty” seeking to gather prior art and knock out all Blackbird-owned patents.
Today, Cloudflare CEO Michael Prince announced that his company is doubling the amount of money it will spend to kill off Blackbird’s patents and is working with state legislators to ban Blackbird’s business model.
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