Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 16th Oct 2009 22:50 UTC
Legal Remember the motions for a summary judgement filed by Apple and Psystar earlier this week? Large parts of them were censored per Apple's request. These censored parts detailed the protection measures Apple put in place in Leopard to prevent it from being installed on non-Apple labelled computers. Psystar filed a motion a few days ago asking the judge to uncensor the information.
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DREVILl30564
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2008-04-18

so I guess Apple is saying everyone who has ever installed OSX on a computer that wasn't made by apple is now a programmer?

The only people who can be considered programmers here are the truly talented people who figured out how to make the necessary modifications to the existing code.

Edited 2009-10-17 00:12 UTC

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