Apple claims that PsyStar has violated the DMCA by circumventing the copy protection built into Mac OS X, which prevents the operating system from being installed on computers not made by Apple. "Apple employs technological protection measures that effectively control access to Apple's copyrighted works," Apple claims, "Defendant has illegally circumvented Apple's technological copyright-protection measures."
Apple further accuses PsyStar of using code that "avoids, bypasses, removes, descrambles, decrypts, deactivates or impairs a technological protection measure without Apple's authority for the purpose of gaining unauthorized access to Apple's copyrighted works." In addition, Apple also claims that PsyStar is marketing this code to third parties. As if all that wasn't enough to warrant a revision, Apple also adds another, surely black-helicopter-inducing claim:
Apple will make these John Does known as soon as it knows who they actually are.