Apple’s entire product line targeted for alleged DRM patent violations

Intertrust won $440M from Microsoft, now accuses Apple of using its patented tech.

Intellectual property and DRM firm Intertrust Technologies has set its sights on AppleThe company has a new patent suit that targets the entirety of Apple's product line: iOS devices, Macs, Apple TVs, iTunes, iCloud, and even the App Store. Intertrust announced on Wednesday that it had filed suit against Apple in the Northern District of California for allegedly violating 15 of Intertrust's patents on security and "distributed trusted computing" (in other words, its DRM tech)