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Apple, doing what it does best: using the legal system to do business.

If you cant compete, litigate!

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This needs to be a bannable statement.

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post #42 of 53
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Getting an injunction is one mountain climbed, getting it enforced is another. Local law enforcement have bigger fish to fry than a retailer selling devices.

Since it was in federal court, do the local boys even have the authority or is it left up to Federal Agents to enforce?

post #43 of 53
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Since it was in federal court, do the local boys even have the authority or is it left up to Federal Agents to enforce?

It's exactly that reason why it's difficult to enforce, the FBI isn't going to send its agents to enforce an injunction of a electronic device, and the local law enforcement will get to it whenever they can if at all.
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post #44 of 53
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Apple, doing what it does best: using the legal system to do business.

 

If you cant compete, litigate!

 

Do you really care if Coke is suing Pepsi? 

post #45 of 53
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...and now the latest in the Galaxy Nexus injunction saga. It looks like the appeals court will continue to stay any injunction on it, perhaps into August at least. Sales will be allowed to continue for the time-being.

http://www.cafc.uscourts.gov/images/stories/opinions-orders/2012-1507.7-13-12.2.pdf

 

Why is that?

 

That document shows Samsung and Apple have until the listed times to put forward their reasons as to why the stay should be lifted or remain.

 

It doesn't look like anything of the sort until it is ruled on.

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Why is that?

 

That document shows Samsung and Apple have until the listed times to put forward their reasons as to why the stay should be lifted or remain.

 

It doesn't look like anything of the sort until it is ruled on.

I'm not sure what you're asking. What doesn't look like "anything of the sort"?

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post #47 of 53
In all honesty, I could care less what Apple, Samsung, Google, etc., engage in as far as their respective legal depts. do. I'm nether proud, nor disgusted, nor do I think any one party is "the bad guy" that so many people seem to like to portray Apple as.

I used to love a good fight between Microsoft and Apple, but MS is so far back in Apple's rear view mirror, they most often show up in "Other" in most Apple's pie charts. haha

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post #48 of 53
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Originally Posted by Tallest Skil View Post

Hey, there it is! lol.gif
This needs to be a bannable statement.
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Why? It is just an opinion. At least, he is not insulting anyone in person.
post #49 of 53
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Why? It is just an opinion.

No, it's pure lies and FUD. It's a nonsensical belief based on absolutely no fact or reason. I can have the opinion that giraffes are purple, but I don't have to be respected or acknowledged for that opinion, particularly if I keep it up when shown otherwise.

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There's just a TINY chance that Apple will also be able to figure out payments. Oh wait, they did already… …and you’re already f*ed.

 

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post #50 of 53
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Originally Posted by Crunch View Post

In all honesty, I could care less what Apple, Samsung, Google, etc., engage in as far as their respective legal depts. do. I'm nether proud, nor disgusted, nor do I think any one party is "the bad guy" that so many people seem to like to portray Apple as.
I used to love a good fight between Microsoft and Apple, but MS is so far back in Apple's rear view mirror, they most often show up in "Other" in most Apple's pie charts. haha

 

There's Apple, Microsoft, Oracle, British Telecom, Gemalto, Nokia, Fujifilm and others all suing over Android's allegedly stolen features and already there has been proven infringement.

 

Smoke, fire and all that.

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post #51 of 53
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There's Apple, Microsoft, Oracle, British Telecom, Gemalto, Nokia, Fujifilm and others all suing over Android's allegedly stolen features and already there has been proven infringement.

 

Smoke, fire and all that.

Name a company that's not a proven infringer. If the number of lawsuits filed against a company for allegations of IP misuse is an indication of a whether they're a serial offender....

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post #52 of 53
What's all this namby-pamby letter writing stuff. Apple needs to send in this m*f*r. Get all Chinese (as in China, you PC thugs) on Samsung's derriere. No Galaxy Tab for you!

The name's Yam. Mr. Yam. When the tough gets going, Mr. Yam gets tough. This guy eats ripoff merchants for breakfast.

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post #53 of 53
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Name a company that's not a proven infringer. If the number of lawsuits filed against a company for allegations of IP misuse is an indication of a whether they're a serial offender....

Well, I know one company that's a blatant serial offender with no regard for originality. Make that 2 actually. Can you guess who?

"But mom, he started it!" is not a good argument here.
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