My boss pointed me to a blogpost relating how an independent developer is being sued by Cequint:
He had the audacity to write an appplication for free that Cequint wants to charge a monthly fee to provide. I pretend to be a master of (or novice for that matter) Patent law, but this seems to be a little ridonkulous. He's trying to find support to contact a lawyer to prevent him from being sued into oblivion. It appears that Cequnit didn't even give him the option of pulling his app.
I'll be watching this closely.