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Koninklijke Philips Taps Reed Smith in Suit Over Hacking Tool for Ultrasound Product

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Koninklijke Philips, the health care technology company, and other plaintiffs filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against John Vartanian on Thursday in California Central District Court. The suit, filed by Reed Smith, accuses the defendant of selling a Python-based hacking tool to KPI Healthcare for the purpose of modifying Philips Ultrasound Systems to customer-requested configurations for a profit. Counsel have not yet appeared for the defendants. The case is 2:22-cv-07469, Philips North America LLC et al. v. Vartanian et al.

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