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Facebook Fires Back In Patent Dispute With Yahoo

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The social networking site says Yahoo products, including the photo-sharing site Flicker, are infringing on 10 of its patents. Facebook's legal action is a counter-claim to a suit filed by Yahoo last month, which also claims 10 patent infringements. The pending court battle is a distraction for Facebook as it prepares to go public — a move that could see the company valued at up to $100 billion.
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