What you need to know
- Apple is appealing a lawsuit against Corellium.
- It's over claims that Corellium's iOS virtualization software is a breach of copyright.
- The two had just settled part of the lawsuit last week.
Apple has filed an appeal in its lawsuit against Corellium, after just settling the case last week.
Apple has filed claims against the security research outfit over allegations its iOS virtualization software is a breach of copyright. Now Apple has filed an appeal against a ruling in favor of Corellium handed down last year. In newly-filed court documents attorney's for Apple stated:
Court documents released publicly on Wednesday state that Apple had agreed to dismiss a copyright claim pertaining to DMCA, in exchange for Corellium dismissing its counterclaims regarding civil procedure, the joint stipulation further notes that Apple had retained its right to appeal the summary judgment against the company.
Earlier this week Corellium stated that it applauded Apple's "commitment to holding itself accountable by third-party researchers" and said its platform was "uniquely capable of supporting researchers in that effort." However, Corellium's Chief Executive Amanda Gorton reportedly stated of the recent appeal that "enough is enough" and that Apple could not "pretend to hold itself accountable to the security research community while simultaneously trying to make that research illegal."
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