The lawsuits from and to Apple keep flying around, and today is no exception. Texas based Droplets Inc., is suing Apple for patent violations in the Apple website, iTunes, and the Apple movie trailers page. The suit, according to the Patently Apple website contends that the Droplets patent covers delivering interactive clickable links using object oriented methods. The patent was granted in 2000. Droplets is also suing Google, Facebook and Yahoo. The suit was filed in Texas Eastern District Court, generally considered to be a patent lawsuit friendly venue.[/p] Source To be fair, it's only Apple getting a taste of their own medicine. On top of that, it sparks up the questions on what exactly can and should be patented... Thoughts?