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Apple to not appeal case against enthusiast sites

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By LC Angell

Contributing Editor
Published: Wednesday, July 12, 2006
News Categories: Apple

Apple will not appeal the recent court decision that blocked its efforts to reveal the source who leaked product information to Apple enthusiast websites. CNET News.com reports: “The company’s deadline to continue a legal battle to find out who leaked the information to independent online journalists has passed, and Apple acknowledged in a brief court filing this week that it will not take its fight to the California Supreme Court. On May 26, a state appeals court rejected Apple’s attempt to send a subpoena to obtain records and archived e-mail from Jason O’Grady, PowerPage.org’s creator, and Kasper Jade, the pseudonymous publisher and editor-in-chief of AppleInsider.”

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First smart move in this case that Apple has made.

Posted by stark23x on July 12, 2006 at 11:17 PM (PDT)

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