PhantomAlert, a company that makes a Waze-like traffic smartphone app, has now sued its better-known rival for copyright infringement.
The Washington DC-based company argues in a Tuesday filing that after a failed data-sharing deal between itself and Waze collapsed in 2010, within two years, Waze apparently stole PhantomAlert’s “points of interest” database.
As the civil complaint states:
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