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Previously, "highly sensitive content and confidential information" has been sealed. But as part of the ruling, the court disclosed part of it, finding Qualcomm illegally harmed its competitors in the wireless chip market.
Samsung said its $100 million settlement with Chase, which was disclosed publicly last year, would irreparably damage its business advantage. Competitors may use this information to negotiate similar or better terms of settlement with Qualcomm.
The company said it was reviewing the ruling of U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh on Tuesday. The bill was more than 230 pages long. Samsung wanted to determine whether previously sealed confidential information had been unintentionally disclosed and needed to be re-classified.
It is reported that in the content released late Tuesday, the court ruled on the long-standing legal disputes between the two companies, ruling that Qualcomm took advantage of its dominant position to go to Apple and the like.Mobile phoneManufacturers impose unnecessary licensing fees.
Koh said that over the years, Qualcomm has pursued the strategy of "killing its competitors in the chip market", but in the process it has harmed the interests of competitors and consumers. It ordered Qualcomm to change its business practices and renegotiate and sign new licensing agreements with its customers.
Samsung did not immediately respond to requests for comment from foreign media.