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  •  Go Ignorance! (none)
    there may be a contract dispute between apple and its employees, but that's a civil action, there's nothing criminal in what the employees did. this is an internal corporate issue.

    Not if the redistribution of copyrighted materials was involved... Thanks to the Clintons and their pet law, the DMCA!And then there's still the matter of trade secrets...

    why drag the bloggers into this?

    For the same reason that we can compel anyone to testify.

    The bloggers involved here are upset that Apple's actually trying to determine who inside the company is illegally linking information to these know-nothing assholes, and want to protect their "privileged" access to information.

    It's like the media listened to Weird Al's "Dare to be Stupid" and said "Yes! This is how the world should be!"

    by RHunter on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 01:55:49 PM PST

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    •  explain to me, (none)
      oh great one, where EXACTLY is the violation of the copyright laws??

      you're saying that there is a criminal action when there is none, and instead of just admitting you're wrong, you stoop to calling me names, which accomplishes nothing.

      if you want to have a real discussion on the issues, fine, but next time bring some facts.

      The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity. --Yeats

      by JaneKnowles on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 02:08:13 PM PST

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