Originally Posted by Aquatic
Apple is more and more becoming The Man. Not sure how to put that in legalese but that's how it looks anyway.
I don't have any problem with anyone having an opinion as to the righteousness of Apple's doings, good bad or indifferent.
However, the law doesn't really care if you're the man or the underdog or a plucky newcomer or the little guy, and feeling like Apple are evil fascist bullies or whatever has no bearing on the legitimacy of any litigation they might be pursuing.
As far as Getjar's "response", "We're awesome and don't care if some old guys said we had to stop doing what we're doing because that's just how we roll" is not a legal opinion, and IMO is the kind of glib, juvenile posturing that could actually hurt them in a courtroom if Apple pursues this.