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Wi-LAN’s V-Chip software jumps from the TV to the PC with CyberLink deal

News | 01/04/2010 4:01 pm EST

Ottawa-based tech patent firm Wi-LAN Inc. isn’t about to say just how much money it’s making from software that gives parents control over what their kids can watch on TV. But according to company president and CEO Jim Skippen, a new licensing agreement between Wi-LAN and PC-TV software firm CyberLink Corp. hints at the protective technology’s potential direction and prospects.

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