Ex-Employee Blows Whistle on Seagate

Kara Reeder

According to The New York Times, a former Seagate employee named Paul A. Galloway is blowing the whistle on Seagate by providing "an eyewitness account" accusing the company of taking hard-drive technology from Convolve and incorporating it into its own products.


Galloway claims that Seagate tampered with evidence tied to Convolve's nearly decade-old patent infringement case against the company. He says that it seemed that Seagate intentionally destroyed some of the software blueprints linked to products using the technology.


A conference on the case has been scheduled for Jan. 20.

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