Multiven said it found no evidence that customer or user passwords were included in the data "stolen" by Cisco.
"Start-ups and young enterprises are key to turning around the current global economic downturn," Alfred-Adekeye states in the press release. "However, for them to succeed, the law must protect their intellectual property from monopolistic organizations that abuse their dominant positions to stifle competition, innovation and consumer choice for their selfish gain."
Cisco and Multiven have been suing and countersuing each other for years.
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