ITC Tells Google Invisalign Case Won't Cripple The Web

By Rebecca McCray (February 20, 2015, 4:42 PM EST) -- The International Trade Commission filed an appeal brief in the Federal Circuit on Wednesday asking the court to uphold its findings in a patent suit over invisible braces and brushing aside amicus briefs filed by Google Inc. and other groups protesting the case's broader implications for the ITC's role in online commerce. 

The appeal was raised after the ITC found ClearCorrect Operating LLC violated six patents belonging to Align Technology Inc., the developer of the Invisalign teeth-straightening system, by "importing" digital files into the U.S. from a vendor in Pakistan.

While the high-profile tech groups including Apple Inc. and Facebook Inc....

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