Friday, May 27, 2011

Google Sued Paypal

Internet giant Google PayPal strongly denied allegations that call it had stolen the idea for a mobile payment system, Google Wallet. Not long after introducing Google Wallet service, eBay and its online payment unit PayPal cast lawsuits and claims Google stole confidential data similar payments system development belongs to them.

In tuntutannnya, PayPal said that it had worked hard for three years to launch a payment system via mobile devices Android. In that project, PayPal is also working with Google. PayPal claims that Google deliberately pulled Vice President of Platform, Mobile and New Ventures them at that time, Osama Bedier, after plowing their idea of mobile payments. Bedier officially appointed Vice President of Payments Google and participate develop Google Wallet service.

"Bedier has extensive knowledge of the ability of PayPal as well as strategies, plans and market intelligence on mobile payment systems and other related technologies," according to a PayPal claim.  Responding to accusations that Google seemed to be ready to 'fight' at the green table. Silicon Valley is built on the ability of each individual utilizing their knowledge and expertise to find better job opportunities. The idea was conceived by California law and public policy,

We respect the confidential company and will defend ourselves from these allegations, "said Google in a statement.

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