Mealey's IP/Tech - City Attorney Threatens UCL Suits Over Apps Used To Sell Parking Spots

Mealey's IP/Tech - City Attorney Threatens UCL Suits Over Apps Used To Sell Parking Spots

SAN FRANCISCO - The San Francisco city attorney on June 23 used the hammer of $2,500 per-violation penalties under California's "tough" unfair competition law (UCL) in demanding that several companies, including Apple Inc., stop offering computer apps that allow the companies and motorists to sell public parking spaces.

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