Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 14th May 2010 22:10 UTC
Legal We haven't discussed the lost iPhone 4G from Apple for a while now, mostly because there was nothing new to report. Now that the 10-page search warrant affidavit has been made available to the public, we finally have a much more complete picture of what exactly went down.
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why just theft of trade secrets?
by targetnovember on Sat 15th May 2010 14:29 UTC
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2010-04-27

I don't see why Thom is so focused on theft of trade secrets. There was a physical device that was sold, taken apart, and damaged. I agree that making a case on trade secrets and loss of income should be difficult . . . those are murky things to try to prove. But I think there is a simple, physical case of theft at the core where most reasonable people would say "they broke the law."

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