Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 27th Apr 2009 21:31 UTC
Legal "It's possible to use Apple's iPods and iPhone with third-party software, and BluWiki's users wanted to make sure the world could find out how. Apple, however, was not fond of the situation and threatened BluWiki with legal action if the information was not removed. Now, BluWiki's operators are suing Apple in hopes of protecting the free speech of their users and getting a declaratory judgment that posting information does not violate the DMCA."
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Enough is enough....
by nathbeadle on Mon 27th Apr 2009 22:51 UTC
nathbeadle
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2006-08-08

For those who know me on here, I am an Apple fan. Now that I have that out... ARE YOU SERIOUS???

I really think this is getting lame. So a product is out in the market and others have found ways to use it differently.... if they change software or settings on that product then they void support... but it's their call.

Do you ever see car manufacturers stopping all the sites and people who mod their interiors, sound system, engine, etc? Or publishers going after people who cut out the insides of books and use it to secretly hide things?

Wouldn't they rather let people do this on the small chance they'd buy another iPod to tinker on then be like this and potentially lose customers/sales?

Edited 2009-04-27 22:52 UTC

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