Update Regarding Bright Data Patent Legal Proceedings

Bright Data is delighted to announce the resolution of Bright Data’s first suit against Oxylabs (Tesonet UAB), while Bright Data continues to pursue its other pending lawsuits for ongoing patent infringement by Oxylabs and other entities
Or Lenchner - Bright Data CEO
Or Lenchner | CEO
27-Jan-2020
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This case was a critical step toward obtaining complete justice while allowing us to proceed with the patent claims asserted in the more recent cases that are in the process against Oxylabs and other entities involving services in the fields of Residential and Data-center proxies. We expect a positive and swift outcome.

Bright Data pursued this litigation to defend the technology of our company, and to support our core values of fair competition and ethical business practices. We will continue to invest heavily in innovation, to create even better services for our customers, and to protect the intellectual property that we develop for this purpose.

It is a necessity for our industry to keep this unique technology protected. It is a crucial step towards a more ethical proxy and data collection ecosystem.

Protecting our technology will be a significant achievement that will serve all of our valued partners.

Appendices:
Full list of asserted claims against Oxylabs and related entities:

Bright Data recently filed suits against (a) Teso, Oxysales, UAB (“Oxysales”), and Metacluster asserting that the “Oxylabs” residential proxy and real-time crawler services infringe at least claims 1, 2, 4, 7, 9, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17 and 29 of U.S. Patent No. 10,469,614 (“‘614 Patent”), claims 1, 17, 24, 25, and 27 of U.S. Patent No. 10,257,319 (“‘319 Patent”) and claims 1, 8, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 22, and 23 of U.S. Patent No. 10,484,510 (“‘510 Patent”), as well as claims for misappropriation of trade secrets, intentional unauthorized access of Bright Data’s computer system, false advertising, and tortious interference; (b) code200, UAB (“Code200”) Oxysales, and Metacluster asserting that the “Oxylabs” data center proxy and real-time crawler services infringe at least claims 1, 14, 17, 20, 21, 22, 25, 27, 28, 29 and 30 of U.S. Patent No. 10,484,511 (“‘511 Patent”);

Patent marking: https://luminati.io/patent-marking

Current patent litigation:
Teso (Oxylabs) complaints:
2019-12-06_code200_metacluster_oxysales_complaint.pdf
2019-12-06_teso_metacluster_oxysales_complaint.pdf

Bi Science (Geosurf) complaints:
2018-08-11_bi_sciense_complaint.pdf
2019-12.06_bI_science_complaint.pdf

Tefincom (NordVPN) complaint:
2019-12-31_NordVPN_Complaint.pdf

Or Lenchner - Bright Data CEO
Or Lenchner | CEO

Ever since his appointment as Bright Data's CEO, Or Lenchner, has continued to expand the company’s market base, as a data collection operator, dedicated to maintaining the openness, transparency, and integrity of the online ecosystem. Prior to his career at Bright Data, Lenchner founded and managed several web-based businesses, developing digital assets and online marketing programs. Joining Bright Data as head of product development, Lenchner’s career and evolvement at the company has been driven by his firm belief in a transparent, ethical-by-design web environment benefiting both, enterprises/businesses and consumers. Or is a young CEO and has a passion for data insights and using them to drive business growth.

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