Read the article from CNET and then read DED's article... Then you can talk to me about substance. DED's focus is on the actions of Gizmodo and his personal outrage the DA didn't file charges against them. (Grammar mistakes are DED's not mine, btw)
..."all under probably cause that Chen's computers had been "used as the means of committing a felony."
"Despite Gizmodo's role in the misappropriation of Apple's lost property and its apparent possession of stolen property, which it used to taunt Apple's legal representatives for what appears to have been a period of weeks after obtaining it..."
Contrast that to the CNET news article...
"Neither Gizmodo nor its parent company, Gawker Media, has been charged with any crime, Wagstaffe said. Nor have any of Gawker Media's employees, including the editor whose home was raided by police armed with a search warrant."
The point is... that DED's article is a slanted article intended to share his outrage that the DA didn't press charges against Gizmodo, Gawker, et al. The CNET article actually reported on the news that happened today The DA pressed charges against two people related to the theft and sale.
Originally Posted by Robin Huber
Tweedle Dee, Tweedle Dum. Both headlines are true. Oh, I get it. It's all about hating on DED so substance really doesn't matter.