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Pawn shop: we realized these are stolen stuffs, but an injunction against selling them would create fear and uncertainty. All the pawn shop will have to be out of business.
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"Samsung on Thursday argued against an Apple-sought permanent injunction, saying such an order could have long-lasting repercussions for the Korean tech giant."

 

Oh please go ahead & grant it. It's about time someone made an example out of them, to teach them & others a lesson they will not forget, ever.

 

Samsung should be reduced to being a bit part player, in that they are only allowed to supply parts for others, & not compete in these electronics markets. It seems time & again they have been untrustworthy, stealing others IP & parts technologies etc, when manufacturing parts on behalf of others, then using this gained knowledge to gain unfair advantages in those electronics markets. Let alone the outright copying of designs & styling.

 
If you can't do the time, don't commit the crime. As they say.

 

It would also benefit the other, more decent & honest manufacturers, a chance of regaining their market share & profits. This should also benefit for consumers too, resulting in a more vibrant varied range of products from different manufacturers again, as things used to be.

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"Samsung on Thursday argued against an Apple-sought permanent injunction, saying such an order could have long-lasting repercussions for the Korean tech giant."

 

Oh please go ahead & grant it. It's about time someone made an example out of them, to teach them & others a lesson they will not forget, ever.

 

Samsung should be reduced to being a bit part player, in that they are only allowed to supply parts for others, & not compete in these electronics markets. It seems time & again they have been untrustworthy, stealing others IP & parts technologies etc, when manufacturing parts on behalf of others, then using this gained knowledge to gain unfair advantages in those electronics markets. Let alone the outright copying of designs & styling.

 
If you can't do the time, don't commit the crime. As they say.

 

It would also benefit the other, more decent & honest manufacturers, a chance of regaining their market share & profits. This should also benefit for consumers too, resulting in a more vibrant varied range of products from different manufacturers again, as things used to be.

 

Proud AAPL stock owner.

 

GOA

 

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Proud AAPL stock owner.

 

GOA

 

Get the lowdown on the coming collapse:  http://www.cbo.gov/publication/45010

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