Back in May, Thailand's Online News Providers Association (SONP) filed a lawsuit against Apple at the Thai Central Intellectual Property and International Trade court for allowing an app into the iOS App Store that breaches the nation's news copyright and trademark laws. Today the suit was settled.
Today, the SONP announced that both parties have come to an agreement that Apple will pay an undisclosed amount in damages, and the SONP has withdrawn criminal charges from the court, and the case is closed.
SONP has thrown the same lawsuit at Google for having the same apps available in the Android app store. This case is still in the court, pending a judgement.