Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 17th Aug 2009 22:57 UTC
Apple Apple doesn't have a particularly healthy relationship with the press; it has sued websites for publishing information it didn't like, and has tried to keep information under wraps that a journalist tried to uncover via the Freedom of Information Act. Now, however, it has tried to prevent The Times from publishing an article about Steve Jobs.
Permalink for comment 379494
To read all comments associated with this story, please click here.
jabbotts
Member since:
2007-09-06

Your previous comment made it sound like the internal policies of a company where not relevant provided you got your shinny product.

"So you'd sooner promote a product that doesn't do what the end user wants? there is a time and place to have wide eyed idealism"

This also ignores the part where I say "unless XYZ is the only option". To clarify, if Microsoft's product is the only one that can meet the user's needs then fine, I use that until an equivalent or better product comes along from a company who demonstrates policies I can more closely agree with. I said nothing about forcing an option on a user with "wide eyed idealism" when it does not meet there needs.

Reply Parent Score: 2