Why do I get the impression that Qualcomm are trying to apply US laws and judicial thinking to a foreign country and are getting rather upset when it isn't working?
Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm disclosed on Wednesday that it has been accused of violating South Korea's competition law. The company could be hit with fresh antitrust charges, following the publication of a case examiner's report penned by officials at the South Korea Fair Trade Commission. Qualcomm said in a statement that it …
Friday 20th November 2015 17:45 GMT Anonymous Coward
protectionism at it's worst
Why do I get the feeling that Korea saw how China put a wall between qualcomm and the many chinese companies not paying their license fees, and thought that they can put some noise between qualcomm and Samsung to help their local megacorp out, and maybe get some sweet antitrust settlement out of it at the same time?