Enlarge / Apple’s FaceTime has been found to infringe patents belonging to VirnetX, a public patent-holding company. (credit: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
A patent-holding company called VirnetX has won a massive patent case against Apple, for the third time.

Today, it became clear just how big the win was.
An order unsealed Friday (PDF) reveals that, not only did a federal judge award VirnetX the full $302 million jury verdict that it won last year, but the judge tacked on $41.3 million in enhanced damages and $96 million in costs, attorneys’ fees, and interest.
In all, Apple has been ordered to pay a staggering $439.7 million to VirnetX because its VPN on Demand and FaceTime features were found to infringe VirnetX patents.
In a statement today, VirnetX CEO Kendall Larsen said he’s “elated” with the court’s final judgment.
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