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June 20th, 2013, 05:42
In response to the 'why now' question. The copyright holder can allow development or sale as long as they want, and in fact it's not against the law to sell a product that infringes upon another's copyright. At any time you can tell the infringing party to cease and desist, hopefully after they have wasted precious $ on developing their product.

This is all standard procedure for a copyright or IP infringement claim.

The question is WHO. Who decided to press a claim, and went through all the legal rigamarole and expenses in order to get them to cease and desist selling their product? Such a company surely deserves scorn.
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