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Thankfully none of the pro-Apple people actually practice law, they don't even know what basic Antitrust laws are about.     Everything below was copied from the FTC's website. The words in CAPS are for emphasis.   The Antitrust Laws   "Congress passed the first antitrust law, the Sherman Act, in 1890 as a "comprehensive charter of economic liberty aimed at preserving free and UNFETTERED COMPETITION as the rule of...
    People can see I know it better than you. The Judge's summary backs up what I posted.    
Thankfully none of the pro-Apple people actually practice law, they don't even know what basic Antitrust laws are about.     Everything below was copied from the FTC's website. The words in CAPS are for emphasis.   The Antitrust Laws   "Congress passed the first antitrust law, the Sherman Act, in 1890 as a "comprehensive charter of economic liberty aimed at preserving free and UNFETTERED COMPETITION as the rule of trade."   "...Yet for over 100...
    Settlement Website has not been setup yet.   Within 10 days of the Conditional Approval Order, Apple will provide names, postal addresses and email addresses of potential class members to the court. Apple will publish a notice in USA Today and Macworld listing the Settlement Website and a toll-free number.   First generation iPhone users can get between $215 to $300 settlement. iPhone 3G and 3Gs $215. iPod touch 1st, 2nd & 3rd, $105 to $265.
BS! APPLE CAN DO A LOT MORE! EVERY Apple device that receives software updates (iphones, ipads, ipods, computers,...), pings Apple's servers with device information and waits for authorization before updating. That is when Apple can disable a stolen device.
  Or being a smart aleck.
  Oh boo hoo. Pot calling the kettle black.     Solip has a belief that the color of an ipad is the basis of people's car buying decision.   BMW designer says Apple made white the most popular color for car buyers
  If you spent some time reading the links in the article, you would see he sold a $30k necklace to an out of state dealer.   He was in no rush to sell all the stuff because he learned to get by on very little money.
Why can't apple help their customers recover stolen devices? It would protect them from being victims of muggings and break-ins. Their customers did pay a premium for that apple product.
Record labels now have little to no reason to stick with itunes.   By signing up with Amazon, they will have access to both iOS users and Android users.
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